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Certified Quality Engineer Questions and Answers

Question 1

Regardless of the distribution of the individuals, the distribution of the average of n samples will follow which distribution as n becomes large?

Options:

A.

Normal

B.

Poisson.

C.

Exponential.

D.

Lognormal.

Question 2

An X-bar and R chart with n=5 has been plotted for some time and has demonstrated random variation. Upon review of the last 30 plot points, the expected number of runs around the centerline on the X-bar chart is expected to be approximately which of the following?

Options:

A.

4

B.

9

C.

12

D.

16

Question 3

The design function which assigns probability of failures between components or subsystems is called

Options:

A.

Apportionment.

B.

Significance

C.

Confidence.

D.

Qualification.

Question 4

Which of the following is NOT a method for customer service data collection?

Options:

A.

Customer surveys.

B.

Internal surveys.

C.

Customer visits.

D.

Complaint analysis.

Question 5

A box contains 27 black and 3 red balls. A random sample of 5 balls is drawn without replacement. What is the probability that the sample contains one red ball?

Options:

A.

0.108

B.

0.270

C.

0.369

D.

0.500

Question 6

The MOST essential value of a surface plate in precision measurement application is which of the following?

Options:

A.

It provides a flat working surface.

B.

It provides a surface free of minor vibration.

C.

It provides an accurate reference surface.

D.

It provides a chemically resistant work surface.

Question 7

Which of the following quality system provisions is of the greatest concern when preparing an audit checklist for a vendor qualification system audit?

Options:

A.

Drawing and print control.

B.

Makeup of the MRB

C.

Training level of inspectors.

D.

Calibration of test equipment.

Question 8

Maintainability is

Options:

A.

The probability of a system being restored to functional operation within a given period of time.

B.

Performing adequate maintenance on a system.

C.

Probability of survival of a system for a given period of time.

D.

Maintaining a machine in satisfactory working condition.

Question 9

A bin contains 40 pills with a weight of 3.1 gm. each, 30 pills weighing 3.2 gms each and 10 pills weighing 3.3 gms each. The weight of an average pill is found from

Options:

A.

Option A

B.

Option B

C.

Option C

D.

Option D

Question 10

Given the data below, what is the 90% confidence interval for the variance?

22, 23, 19, 17, 29, 25

Options:

A.

4.21 - 99.07

B.

15.32 - 28.66

C.

8.27 - 79.88

D.

16.87 - 56.52

Question 11

When trying to find all possible causes of a problem, which of the following tools would be useful?

Ⅰ. Systematic troubleshooting and brainstorming.

Ⅱ. Fishbone diagrams and histograms.

Ⅲ. Checklists and scatter diagrams.

Ⅳ. Control charts and graphs.

Options:

A.

I andIVonly

B.

I,IIandIVonly

C.

II,IIIandIVonly

D.

I,II,IIIandIV

Question 12

The use of 100% inspection normally means

Options:

A.

That the final customers will not experience defective product.

B.

That selected characteristics have been evaluated against specified standards.

C.

That there will be an opportunity to rework any product deemed to be outside of specifications.

D.

That the lowest over-all quality costs have been considered.

Question 13

The existence of a quality control manual at your key supplier means

Options:

A.

That a quality system has been developed.

B.

That a quality system has been implemented.

C.

That the firm is quality conscious.

D.

That the firm is a certified supplier.

Question 14

The primary advantage of the Latin square design, compared to the factorial design, is that

Options:

A.

In most circumstances, it requires less data.

B.

It eliminates the need for interaction analysis.

C.

It allows higher significance levels.

D.

It does not require homogeneity of variance.

Question 15

The difference between setting alpha equal to 0.05 and alpha equal to 0.01 in hypothesis testing is

Options:

A.

With alpha equal to 0.05, we are more willing to risk a type I error.

B.

With alpha equal to 0.05, we are more willing to risk a type II error.

C.

Alpha equal to 0.05 is a more "conservative" test of the null hypothesis.

D.

With alpha equal to 0.05, we are less willing to risk a type I error.

Question 16

A product failure in the customer's hands is bad for the company. Why do only 4% of the customers normally file a complaint?

Options:

A.

The product guarantee takes care of the product.

B.

A warranty is in place on the product.

C.

It is a minor inconvenience.

D.

They don't think it will do any good.

Question 17

Writing and establishing process control procedures is

Options:

A.

Disposition.

B.

Notification.

C.

Preventive action.

D.

Corrective action.

Question 18

The critical value of the t-distribution is

Options:

A.

Always greater than the critical value of the normal distribution.

B.

Always less than the critical value of the normal distribution.

C.

Not related to the critical value of the normal distribution.

D.

Approaches the critical value of the normal distribution as the degrees of freedom increase.

Question 19

When requesting "worst case" design analysis, you expect the reliability group to

Options:

A.

Analyze the worst rejects.

B.

Analyze only those products failing to meet specification requirements.

C.

Determine whether product requirements can be met with subassemblies assumed at their worstcombination of tolerances.

D.

Assume all subassembly tolerances at their maximum limit.

Question 20

When used together for variables data, which of the following pair is the MOST useful in preparing control charts?

Options:

A.

AQL, p-bar

B.

p, n

C.

X-bar and R

D.

R, sigma

Question 21

What is the highest form of partnering with employees?

Options:

A.

Employee involvement.

B.

Task teams.

C.

Cost reduction projects.

D.

Stock option plans.

Question 22

As the scatter of points about a regression line becomes less, r2 will

Options:

A.

Be unaffected.

B.

Become smaller.

C.

Become larger.

D.

Approach a value of 1.

Question 23

The steeper the OC-curve, the

Options:

A.

Less protection for both producer and consumer.

B.

More protection for both producer and consumer.

C.

The lower the AQL.

D.

The smaller the sample size.

Question 24

Measurement gaging is preferable to go, no-go gaging of a quality characteristic because

Options:

A.

It is more scientific.

B.

It provides the most information per piece inspected.

C.

It requires greater skills.

D.

It requires a larger sample than go, no-go gaging does.

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