# Question

From Figure 5.6

Figure 5.6

(a) Find the producer’s risk if the AQL is 0.10;

(b) Find the LTPD corresponding to a consumer’s risk of 0.05.

Figure 5.6

(a) Find the producer’s risk if the AQL is 0.10;

(b) Find the LTPD corresponding to a consumer’s risk of 0.05.

## Answer to relevant Questions

Sketch the OC curve for a sampling plan having a sample size of 15 and an acceptance number of 1. (a) In Exercise 5.92 change the acceptance number from 1 to 0 and sketch the OC curve. (b) How do the producer’s and consumer’s risks change if the AQL is 0.05 and the LTPD is 0.3 in both sampling plans? Show that if v > 2, the chi-square distribution has a relative maximum at x = v – 2. What happens when v = 2 or 0 < v < 2? Show that the parameters of the beta distribution can be expressed as follows in terms of the mean and the variance of this distribution: (a) (b) Use the Maclaurin’s series expansion of the moment-generating function of the standard normal distribution to show that (a) µr = 0 when r is odd; (b) µr = r! 2r / 2r/2(r/2)! when r is even.Post your question

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