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1. In Lean Six Sigma projects, what does the “Y” in the Y=F(x) formula represent?
“Y” is the statistic that indicates if the process is stable
“Y” is the process output that is of interest to the stakeholders
“Y” is the critical input in the process being analyzed
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2. In Lean Six Sigma projects, what does the “x” in the Y=F(x) formula represent?
“x” is the unknown attribute that is causing process variation
“x” represents the set of process inputs and controls
“x” represents the performance of the process
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3. In Lean Six Sigma projects, what does the “F” in the Y=F(x) formula represent?
The “F” represents the functional interaction of all the inputs and controls that created the process output
The “F” represents process failures or defects
The “F” stands for the facility in which the process exists
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