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This activity contains 15 questions.

Question 1.
A pictorial representation of a system that allows one to see the progress of steps in a process from its beginning to its termination is called a __________.

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Question 2.
The _______________ diagram illustrates the relationship between a consequence and a set of possible actions that produces the outcome.

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Question 3.
_____________diagrams are a type of spatial checksheet in which the location of nonconformances is tallied on a schematic diagram or picture of the item being studied.

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Question 4.
A structured method of brainstorming called a(n) _____________ is the preferred method of developing a list of as many causes as possible that may effect the goal.

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Question 5.
A _______________is used to describe numerical data that have been grouped into frequency, relative frequency, or percentage distributions in the form of a vertical bar chart.

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Question 6.
A quality control engineer at a rubber ball manufacturing facility has plotted the percentage of balls that have a given diameter.


What type of chart is the engineer using to present the data?

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Question 7.
What type of diagram, often used in conjunction with fishbone and process-low diagrams, is used to separate the "vital few" from the "trivial many"?

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Question 8.
The graphic representation of a cumulative distribution table is a(n) __________.

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Question 9.
Consider the following figure for the grades received on a statistics exam.


What type of figure is being used to represent the data?

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Question 10.
The basic goal of a proper graph is not to ______________ the data.

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Question 11.
A useful way to display bivariate categorical data when looking for patterns or relationships is to construct a(n) __________.

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Question 12.
A researcher, sampling a process to be sure that the process is running in statistical control, uses a __________chart to monitor the process output over time.

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Question 13.
Class ____________ such that all observations can be properly tallied into the classes, must be clearly defined in order to construct a frequency distribution table.

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Question 14.
A tally of the number of occurrences in each category of the variable studied is called a ___________.

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Question 15.
A two-way table of cross-classification, also referred to as a ____________ is used to study the responses to two categorical variables simultaneously.

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