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Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Exam - 1

Description: Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Exam
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"____ is a documented method for how a process owner/team should respond to any out-of-control conditions that may occur in a process"

  1. Documentation

  2. Monitoring

  3. Control Charts

  4. Response Plan


Correct Option: D

"The following are Customer Research Toolexcept _____"

  1. Surveys

  2. Interviews

  3. Listening Post

  4. FMEA


Correct Option: D

____ represents the voice of the process

  1. Specification Limits

  2. Control Limits

  3. Targets

  4. None of above


Correct Option: B

____ tool is used to compare a sample mean to a specified value in Hypothesis testing

  1. 1 Sample t-Test

  2. 2 Sample t-Test

  3. Analysis Of Variance (ANOVA)

  4. Chi Square test


Correct Option: A

________ tool is used to Organize Customer Needs

  1. Affinity Diagram

  2. Customer Segmentation

  3. Consensus

  4. Sampling


Correct Option: A

________ type of Design is used to study the vital few X variables and all possible interactions in DOE

  1. Screening Experiments

  2. Fractional Factorials

  3. Full Factorials

  4. None of above


Correct Option: C

AI Explanation

To answer this question, you need to understand the concept of Design of Experiments (DOE).

Option A) Screening Experiments - This option is incorrect because screening experiments are used to identify the most important factors or variables in a process. They are typically used when there are a large number of factors to consider, and the goal is to reduce the number of factors for further analysis.

Option B) Fractional Factorials - This option is incorrect because fractional factorials are used when there are a large number of factors to study, but it is not feasible or practical to conduct a full factorial experiment. Fractional factorials allow for studying a subset of the factors and their interactions.

Option C) Full Factorials - This option is correct because full factorials are used to study all possible combinations of factors and their interactions. This design is used when the number of factors is small, and it is feasible to evaluate all possible combinations.

Option D) None of the above - This option is incorrect because the correct answer is option C, Full Factorials.

The correct answer is C) Full Factorials. This option is correct because it is used to study the vital few X variables and all possible interactions in Design of Experiments.

  1. alternate path flowchart

  2. Process Flowchart

  3. Deployment flowchart

  4. cross-functional map


Correct Option: A

_________ is a tool for testing solutions in Improve phase

  1. Simulation

  2. CAP

  3. Cost Benefit Analysis

  4. FMEA


Correct Option: A

______tool is used to prioritize Xs

  1. CAP

  2. FMEA

  3. Control Impact Matrix

  4. TRIZ


Correct Option: C

6 sigma process means

  1. LSL & USL are three standard deviations away from the mean

  2. Six standard deviations between LSL & USL

  3. Six standard deviations between mean and farthest specification limit

  4. 12 standard deviations between LSL and USL


Correct Option: D
  1. Specific, Measurable, Ambitious, Realistic, Timebound

  2. Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Timebound

  3. Special, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Timebound

  4. Special, Measurable, Ambitious, Realistic, Timebound


Correct Option: B

A chart that depicts the frequencies of measured data

  1. Run chart

  2. Histogram

  3. Check Sheet

  4. Process Map


Correct Option: B

AI Explanation

To answer this question, you need to understand the different types of charts used to display data.

Option A) Run chart - This option is incorrect. A run chart is used to display data over time to identify trends, patterns, or shifts in a process.

Option B) Histogram - This option is correct. A histogram is a bar chart that displays the frequencies or counts of measured data. It is used to show the distribution or spread of data and identify any outliers or unusual patterns.

Option C) Check Sheet - This option is incorrect. A check sheet is a tool used to collect and record data, but it does not display the frequencies or distribution of the data.

Option D) Process Map - This option is incorrect. A process map is a graphical representation of a process flow, showing the sequence of steps and the relationships between them. It does not display the frequencies of measured data.

The correct answer is B) Histogram. This option is correct because a histogram is specifically designed to depict the frequencies or counts of measured data and display the distribution of the data.

A detailed plan of key steps and dates are defined in

  1. Goal Statement

  2. Project Scope

  3. Project Milestones

  4. Problem Statement


Correct Option: C

A developer is developing Login Page for Company portal. To avoid Unauthentic login he puts Login Id as Employee number and validates with the Employee database. This is called as

  1. Inspection

  2. Error Proofing

  3. Potential Problem Analysis

  4. Robust System


Correct Option: B

A distribution in which most of the data points are concentrated around the average (mean), thus forming a bell-shaped curve

  1. Pareto Chart

  2. Normal Distribution

  3. Standard Deviation

  4. Scatter Diagram


Correct Option: B

A fluctuation caused by inherent factors resulting in a steady but random distribution of output around the average of the data:

  1. Special Cause Variation

  2. Total Observed Variation

  3. Common cause Variation

  4. Unexplained Variation


Correct Option: C

A GB is having 3 factors X1, X2 and X3. Factors X1 and X2 are having 3 levels and the factor X3 is having 4 levels. What should be the number of trials?

  1. 10

  2. 16

  3. 36

  4. 13


Correct Option: C

Which one of the following is not carried out in Improve?

  1. Generation of solutions

  2. Testing of solution

  3. Handover to process owner

  4. Selection of solutions


Correct Option: C

Which one of the following is not considered as a Tangible Benefit

  1. Cost Avoidance

  2. Incremental revenue

  3. Cost Savings

  4. Interest


Correct Option: A

Which one of the following is not needed for Analyzing the data

  1. Box Plot

  2. Histogram

  3. COPIS

  4. Pareto


Correct Option: C

Which one of the following is not true

  1. Control limits are given by customer

  2. Control limits are calculated from the data

  3. Control limits change when there is a significant change in the process

  4. Control limits represent the voice of the process


Correct Option: A

Which one of the following is TRUE?

  1. Continuous data gives more understanding of the process

  2. Discrete data gives more understanding of the process

  3. Neither is good to understand a process

  4. Discrete data is always repeatable


Correct Option: A

Which one of the following is TRUE?

  1. Smaller the variation, less the chances of defect occurrence

  2. Smaller the mean, smaller will be the Process Sigma

  3. Smaller the standard deviation, larger will be the process variation

  4. Smaller the mean, smaller will be the variation


Correct Option: A

ZLT =

  1. Zst + 1.5

  2. Zst - 1.5

  3. Zst

  4. 6 Sigma


Correct Option: B
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