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can be demonstrated by critiquing various experimental plans Sigma approach.

with or without shortcomings. '>The Six Sigma Black Belt will be able to apply statistical tolerancing

72. Given a "clean" experimental plan, the Six Sigma Black Belt to set tolerances for simple assemblies. He will know how to

should be able to find the correct number of replicates to obtain compare statistical tolerances to so-called "worst case" tolerancing.

a desired power. The Six Sigma Black Belt will be aware of the limits of the Six Sigma

73. The Six Sigma Black Belt should know the difference between approach.

the various types of experimental models (fixed-effects,

random-effects, mixed).

74. The Six Sigma Black Belt should understand the concepts of

randomization and blocking.

75. Given a set of data, the Six Sigma Black Belt should be able to

perform a Latin Square analysis and interpret the results.

76. Ditto for one way ANOVA, two way ANOVA (with and without

replicates), full and fractional factorials, and response surface

designs.

77. Given an appropriate experimental result, the Six Sigma Black

Belt should be able to compute the direction of steepest ascent.

78. Given a set of variables each at two levels, the Six Sigma Black

Belt can determine the correct experimental layout for a

screening experiment using a saturated design.

79. Given data for such an experiment, the Six Sigma Black Belt

can identify which main effects are significant and state the

effect of these factors.
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