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Mathematics
Statistics
Consider the control chart designed in Exercise 7 25 Find the
Consider the control chart designed in Exercise 7 25 Find the
Consider the control chart designed in Exercise 7.25. Find the average run length to detect a shift to a fraction nonconforming of 0.15.
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