Question: A production process is considered out of control if the

A production process is considered out of control if the produced parts have a mean length different from 27.5 mm or a standard deviation that is greater than 0.5 mm. A sample of 30 parts yields a sample mean of 27.63 mm and a sample standard deviation of 0.87 mm. If we assume part length is a normally distributed variable, does this sample indicate that the process should be adjusted to correct the standard deviation of the product? Use .

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