Six Sigma is a way in which most corporate use to improve some of their processes. What levels are you when it comes to six sigma? Are you working up for the black belt? The quiz below is perfect for a yellow belt part I, II and III. Give it a try and get to review your understanding as you wait for the next batch of questions.
Performance
Outcome of the process (Y)
Operational Efficiency
All of the above
Descriptive
Inferential
Expression
None of the above
Discrete & Attribute
Discrete & Continuous
Variable & Continuous
Continuous & Attribute
Nominal
Ordinal
Ratio
Interval
Median
Range
Mean
Variance
Geometric Mean
Median
Mode
Arithmetic Mean
Extreme values do not affect the median as strongly as they affect Mean
A median can be calculated for qualitative descriptions
Median is easy to understand
Median can be calculated even for open-ended classes
Quartile 1
Cpk
Mode
Variance
Inter Quartile Range and Width
Quartile Range and Height
Quartile 2 and Width
Median and Width
Identify outliers
Differentiate before and after Improvements.
It is suited for time ordered data and parametric distribution.
B and C only
Control Chart
Histogram Chart
Fish Bone Graph
Pareto Chart
Stable
Capable
Correlation
Prediction
P Chart
I-mR Chart
C Chart
Box Plot
P Chart
I-mR Chart
C Chart
NP Chart
True
False
Special causes
Common causes
Assignable causes
Outliers
5 Rules
7 Rules
6 Rules
8 Rules
Cause (X) and Effect (Y) Diagram
Pareto Chart
Scatter Diagram
Control Chart
Poison
Binomial
Normal
Exponential
True
False
Stable
Capable
Within control
None of the above
Stable
Capable
Not Capable
None of the above
Positive Correlation
Strong Negative Correlation
Non linear Correlation
Strong Positive Correlation
Weak Positive Correlation
Strong Negative Correlation
No relation
Strong Positive Correlation
Correlation Analysis
Regression Analysis
Stability Analysis
Capability Analysis