Mock Test / Green Belt Your email address: Start Quiz! 1. ____ is the statistical measure which indicates the probability of making an α errora value b value p value sigma value 2. _____ is a graphing technique that compares current process data to a set of stable control limits established from normal process variationHistogram Run chart SPC Pareto 3. ______ statistics is a branch of statistics used to draw conclusions about characteristics of populations based on sample dataNon-Inferential Database Inferential None of the options 4. ________ is used to determine whether the averages of normally distributed population samples differ from each other with statistical confidencet test chi square test f test DOE 5. Microwave oven automatically stops when door is opened, is an example of ___________Poka-Yoke 5 S Mistake proofing Lean 6. A ___ indicates that the process is moving towards a out of control situationLagging indicator Leading indicatorA&B Cant say 7. A Black Belt is aProcess owner & expert of the process Karate Champion Leader of the project team Consultant from another company 8. A hypothesis test can show the interaction of the factorsTrueFalse 9. A lean enterprise technique used to document, analyze and improve the flow of information or materials required to produce a product or service for a customer is calledProcess mapping Value stream mapping Flowchart Pareto analysis 10. A normal distribution curve is also called asuniversal curve pareto chart bell curve XY matrix 11. A null hypothesis can be accepted, if provenTrueFalse 12. A process mapping exercise is carried out in thebeginning of the project at the end of the project after the measure phase All through the life cycle of the project 13. A Process Owner is one whoowns the process has authority to change the process is the owner of the company is a consultant 14. A run chart having 7 or more points continuously increasing or decreasing indicatesShift Oscillations Mixtures Trends 15. A time series plotis a sequence of measurements, which are taken at a single point in time is a single measurement, which are taken at various points in time is a sequence of measurements, which are taken at successive points in time is a sequence of measurements, which are taken at a single point in time 16. A XY diagram helps to point the black belt into a direction with factual evidence.TrueFalse 17. An operator is measuring the thickness of metal sheet, and if every time readings are different then the issue is ofReproducibility Stability Linearity Repeatability 4 18. Being idle between operations or while a machine is processing is called _______ in LeanUnnecessary process steps Transportation Correction Waiting 19. Box Cox is used to Convert the data from Non Normal to Normal Convert the data from Unstable to stable Create the Box plot All of the above 20. Brainstorming is a technique used tohave fun and games for the employees discuss with top management on the future of the company a method for people to get together and openly exchange ideas initiate product improvement measures 21. Cause and Effect Diagram was first formulated byJuran Deming Taguchi Ishikawa 22. Control plans are only generated at the start of the life cycle of a productTrueFalse 23. Critical to process (CTP) may includeReducing in-process inventories & minimizing product touch times Providing exact amounts of product Minimizing shipping damage Reducing product variation 24. Cyclical patterns may emerge out of the reasons: Select the correct oneOperator Fatigue & Production Equipment wear and tear loss of clientele high absenteeism among staff change in guard 25. Hypothesis testing is all about _____ analysismathematical scientific statistical geometric 26. If there is no linear correlation that means correlation is1 0.05 0.95 0 27. If Y (output - dependent variable) is continuous and X (input - independent variable) variable is discrete, we perform any of the following except:1-sample t-test Sigma test paired t-test one-way ANOVA 28. If you are unable to obtain a normally-distributed data sample, you can usually applynon-parametric tests to the data parametric tests to the data normality test to the data abnormality tests to the data 29. In Simple linear regression there is only one input variable and one output variable in questionTrueFalse 30. In the case of ______ test we will first have to decide whether we want to compare for upper tail test or lower tailed test.one tailed two tailed Regression Simple Linear 31. Is it okay to remove outliers in a data set that cause an increase in standard deviation?Never Only if you know the cause of stopping it should always remove the outliers ignore the outliers 2 32. It is a simple graphical display of data points of a noncontiguous variable with each observation represented by a dot placed above a horizontal line marked with a range of values.Scatter plot Box plot Histograms Dot plot 33. Jack Welch in the 90s initiated six sigma methodology inMotorola after the success at GE Allied Signal after the success at Motorola GE after the success at Motorola Motorola after the success at Allied Signal 34. Kanban is the Japanese word forsignal color sign measurement 35. One factor at a time experiments generate more powerful data than a full factorial experimentTrueFalse 36. One has to get the special causes under control before attacking the common causesTrueFalse 37. Outliers usually have a significant effect on an equation derived with regression analysis.TrueFalse 38. Reduce the turn around time for loan approval by 20% by march 2010. This is a part ofthe goal statement (SMART) the balance sheet (Asset side) the project charter (with project seal) the business case (with the sign-offs) 39. Research has shown that management practices relate to employee satisfaction which also impactsCustomer satisfaction Shareholder satisfaction Vendor satisfaction Board member satisfaction 40. RPN number is known asRisk positive number Reference priority number Reasonably positive number Risk priority number 41. Shigeo Shingo is widely associated with a Japanese concept calledPoka-Yoke 5 S Kanban Hypothesis 42. Stratified random sampling is a method of sampling in whichevery unit has equal chance of being selected. Groups are created and then units are picked randomly. clusters are sampled every tth time. every nth unit is selected from the population 43. Systems that monitor the process and automatically adjust critical X's to correct settings are calledFull automation Poka Yoke Mechanism SPC 44. The _________ is a variable data control chartnp chart p chart u chartexponentially weighted moving average chart 45. The Balanced scorecard does not provide clear recommendationsTrueFalse 46. The degree of risk normally chosen by the concerned parties in arriving at the critical value of the test statistic is1% 2% 3% 5% 47. The different types of Hypothesis tests depend upon the data types of output (dependent variable), Y and the input (independent variable), X - If both Y and X variables are continuous, we perform a __________ analysis.Normal Data Logistic regression Regression Chi Square 48. The path from moving from a six sigma level of 4 to 5 iseasy difficult looks impossible none of the above 49. The p-chart is a type of control chart used to monitor the proportion of nonconforming units where the sample size is constantTrueFalse 50. The Poisson distribution describes events that tend to occur atunpredictable intervals over time over a longer time period Predictable intervals over time realistic time periods 51. The P-Value and confidence interval are intertwined.TrueFalse 52. The Scatter plotreveals relationships or association between two variables is a basic graphing tool that displays five points that represents the centering, spread and distribution of a set of continuous data. always draws specification limits or desired targets confirms a conclusion by ensuring that outlier or specific individual data points are not skewing the conclusion 53. The value of correlation coefficient r lies between0 and 1 -1 and +1 -1 and 0 0 and +1 54. This is an improvement process in which a company measures its performance against that of best-in-class companies, determines how those companies achieved their performance levels and uses the information to improve its own performanceControl Chart Run Chart Six Sigma Benchmarking 55. The financial impact of the six sigma project is documented in theBusiness case Project charter Balance sheet Process document 56. Tool wear can cause non normal distributionTrueFalse 57. Two critical characteristics were inspected in a sample of 1000 orders. 50 errors were found on 25 of the orders, but 20 of these orders were reprocessed to correct the errors. The throughput yield is about:90% 95% 99% 97.50% 58. Under Lean methodology there are several list of elements categorized under waste management. These are non-value adds and are also calledMura Muri Muda Mode 59. We need a certain minimum confidence to reject the null hypothesisTrueFalse 60. What does COPQ stand for?Cost of poor quality Cost of perfect quality Critical of quality None of the above 61. What does FMEA stand for?Failure Mode and Enterprise Analysis Failure Mean and Endearing Analysis Failure Mode and Effect Analog Failure Mode and Effect Analysis 62. What happens if the customer who is the purchaser of the product is a distributor?then they may not really be the end user s/he can own the six sigma project s/he can get involved in the six sigma projects and drive them s/he can make changes to the specification without the consent of the end user 63. What is a variance?Difference in creating process maps It is equal to the sum of the squared deviations from the mean, divided by the sample size. Equal to the standard deviation It is sum of mean, median and mode 64. What is required for ensuring that the measuring instruments are accurate?Weighing Calibration Auditing Checking 65. What is the full form of DMAIC?Define, Mentor, Analyze, Improve and Control Dedicate, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control Define, Measure, Approve, Improve and Control Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control 66. What is the middle value called when the data is arranged in ascending or descending order?Mean Median Mode Standard Deviation 67. What is the rolled throughput yield for a three-step process with a 90% yield for each step90% 81% 73% 63% 68. When a Belt is developing a Macro Process Map to define a complex process, he will frequently include activities across various departments to capture all the appropriate activity. He will use _____________ to show which department is responsible for which step in the process.Subscripts Superscripts Swim Lanes Fence Posts 69. When formulating a conclusion regarding a population based on observations from a small sample, the following error is possible.Alpha error or Type 1 error Beta error or Type 1 error Gama error or Type 1 error Beta error or Type 2 error 70. When the sample size equals 1, we should use an individual data chartTrueFalse 71. Which chart is a type of control chart used to monitor "count"-type data where sample size is constantu Chart p Chart c chart np Chart 72. Which of the following is closely related to poisson distribution?Exponential distribution F distribution Normal distribution Chi square distribution 73. Which of the following is part of the methods for "Acceptance / Rejection Criteria for Hypothesis"Summary ValueCritical Value Outstanding value Label value 74. Which Role is not traditionally performed by a Green Belt?Data Gathering Analysis Lead Small Projects Coach and mentor other Six Sigma Practitioners 75. Why should you do a hypothesis test before running a DOE?To identify as many of the vital few factors prior to DOE Find the trivial many To ensure that your measurement system is good To ensure that you have all the process steps identified 76. We summarize discrete data byMeasures of locations Nominal technique Center, Location and Spread Counts and proportion 77. The situation that does NOT indicate that the simple linear regression model is statistically significant isF-statistic of ANOVA is smaller than the critical statistic p-value of the F-test of ANOVA is lower than the alpha level F-statistic of ANOVA is greater than the critical statistic correlation coefficient is 1 78. Kaikaku projects are intended to create incremental process improvementsTrueFalse 79. Which of these are not included in Implementation plan during the control phase of a LSS Project?Cost/Benefit ratios Work breakdown structure Risk management plans Planned audits of work completion 80. The recipient of the output of a process can be? 2 answers are correctExternal customers Upstream processes Internal customers Suppliers 81. What is the Pareto Rule?40/60 Rule 50/50 Rule 80/20 Rule 70/30 Rule 82. In an MSA, total variability is fromReproducibility + Repeatability Reproducibility + Repeatability + Parts Reproducibility Repeatability 2 83. The calculation of Column Total times Row Total divided by Grand Total yields expected values from what type of chart?Sakami Table None Contingency Table Pareto Chart 84. The NP and P-charts are used for tracking _________?defects Errors Methods defectives 85. For the normal distribution, about _____% of the data fall within +/- 2 standard deviation from the mean?95 62 99 67 86. __________indicates a strong inverse relationship?r = -0.05 r = 0.9 r = 1.0 r = -0.85 87. What is the subgroup size when using a I-MR control chart?2 10 No constraints on subgroup size 1 88. A dairy learned through a Lean Six Sigma project their ice cream products could be stored at a temperature 3 degrees higher than they had historically used. Since their energy costs for ice cream storage cost $6,000 per month per degree of temperature, what was reported as the savings from this LSS project?$432,000 $720,000 $216,000 $72,000 89. Using a sample of 42 , a Mean of $3,200 and a Standard Deviation of $180 calculate Z value if the target is minimum $3600 2.22 1.11 3.21 4.3 90. A kurtosis of -1,2754 indicates?Platykurtic (flat with a short tail) Multi-modal (more than one distribution) Leptokurtic (peaked with long tails) Kanban Model 91. C in SIPOC stands forCost Care Customer Complaints 92. The correlation between two variables is represented by a metric known as correlation coefficient, generally denoted as r. Which of the following is FALSE r > 0 denotes positive (direct) correlation r > 0 denotes negative (inverse) correlation r > 0.9 denotes strong positive correlation r < 0.6 denotes weak negative (inverse) correlation 93. Mann–Whitney U test has greater efficiency than the ______ testf test t test chi square test one-way ANOVA 94. ________ `Plans are put in place to: • Ensure that project gains are sustained • Enable the transition to “Business as Usual” • Ensure consistent performance of a processControl Project Response All of the options 95. Process map steps • Key process output variables, targets & specs • Key and critical process input variables with appropriate working tolerances and control limits. These make up the _________ elementsControl Plan Control Chart Run Chart Process Plan 96. Warranty returns handling cost and rework to meet customer requirements are examples of business costs that are classified as ________________ .Unavoidable Avoidable Necessary Non-value Add 97. The type of FMEA used for a product before going into manufacturing is a ___________ FMEA.Design Process System Lean 98. The purpose of Regression is (A) To identify the significant variables in a relationship (B) To determine if a correlation exists between two or more variables (C) To predict the response of a system (D) To identify potential causes of a problemA and B A and C A B D A B C D 99. While doing the hypothesis testing, If the p-value is > Alpha…ThenHo is true and there is no difference in the groups (Accept Ho) Ho is false and there is a difference in the groups (Reject Ho) Ho is true and there is no clarity in the groups (Ignore Ho) NA NA Loading... Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Mock Test 1 Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Mock Test 2 Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Mock Test 3 Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Mock Test 4