11. Statistical process control (SPC) is best defined as the use of

- Pareto charts to understand and control a process
- inputs to control critical and complex processes
- statistical methods to identify and remove manufacturing errors
- statistical methods to understand and control a process

12. The critical path for a project is best described as the

- sequence of steps with the highest costs
- tasks in the project that have the highest risk of failure
- sum of the tasks with the shortest time requirements
- longest path from the start to the completion of the project

13. The DMAIC model is defined as:

- Deliver, measure, analyze, install and control
- Define, measure, analyze, improve and control
- Define, measure, analyze, initiate and control

14. The statistics that summarize a population are referred to as

- categorical statistics
- descriptive statistics
- probabilistic statistics
- control statistics

15. The team prepares Data Management Plan during which of the following phase:

- Define phase
- Measure phase
- Improve phase

16. To calculate 99.97% statistical control limits, the practical use of sigma level should be:

- +/- 3 sigma
- +/- 2 sigma
- +/- 1 sigma

17. What are the ways of capturing VOC

- Surveys
- Focus Groups
- Brainstorming
- A&B

18. What is the correct order of the six-sigma phases?

- Define, Analyze, Improve, Control, Measure
- Define, Analyze, Measure Improve, Control
- Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control
- Define, Measure, Analyze, Control, Improve

19. What type of data is illustrated by discrete distributions?

- Variable data
- Ordinal data
- Continuous data

20. When the sampling method used creates a difference between the result obtained from the sample and the actual population value, the difference is known as

- correlation
- precision
- accuracy
- bias

MCQ Multiple Choice Questions and Answers on Six Sigma Green Belt

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