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how many defects per million are there at six sigma, assuming a product or process is defect free 99.9999966% of the time?
How many defects per million are there at Six Sigma, assuming a product or process is defect-free 99.99966% of the time?
Less than 3.4
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A “best practice” A) refers to the lowest-cost procedure for performing a specific task or activity. B) refers to performing strategy-critical activities in a manner that results in fewer than 5 defects per million. C) is the particular value chain activity that a firm performs best. D) is a method of performing an activity that has been shown consistently deliver superior results compared to other methods. E) is a procedure for performing an activity that companies in an industry have “proven” is the most reliable and failsafe way to perform that activity.
D) is a method of performing an activity that has been shown consistently deliver superior results compared to other methods.
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Six Sigma quality program A) is a tool that is superior to TQM in achieving top-notch quality in manufacturing a product. B) consists of a disciplined, statistics-based system aimed at producing not more than 2.5 defects per million iterations. C) utilizes advanced statistical methods to improve quality by reducing defects and variability in the performance of business process. D) is the best practice for managing manufacturing and assembly activities. E) is a disciplined, statistics-based approach to manufacturing or assembling a product and results in 5 defects per million iterations when implemented properly.
C) utilizes advanced statistical methods to improve quality by reducing defects and variability in the performance of business process.
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4) TQM describes the measurement of quality as 3.4 defects per million.