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**Number of deaths for***3*.*8*and six*sigma*process.- Can anybody help me. 1.What is number of deaths in a
**3**.**8****sigma**process and what is the number of deaths in 6**sigma**process 2.What is the number of plane crash - ... 1.What is number of deaths in a
**3**.**8****sigma**process and what is the number of deaths in 6**sigma**proce ... - http://www.isixsigma.com/ topic/ number-of-deaths-for-3-8-and-six-sigma-process/ 65k cache

**Short and Long landings?**- How to calculate the short and long landings for the following
**Sigma**s? (what is meant by Short or long landing?)**3**.**8****sigma**:2 short or long landings daily 6 - ... by Short or long landing?)
**3**.**8****sigma**:2 short or long landings daily 6 ... - http://www.isixsigma.com/ topic/ short-and-long-landings/ 67k cache

**Question for Calculation**- Dear all, I had a question would want to ask for your comments. Actually, i observe that some books mentioned that the statistics was 99% for
**3**.**8** - ... the statistics was 99% for
**3**.**8****sigma**applied and 99.999966% for 6**sigma**applied. Actually where i ... - http://www.isixsigma.com/ topic/ question-for-calculation/ 74k cache

**Pre-Control Calculations**- Suppose I have a Cp=1.33 and Cpk = 0.
**8**, how do I calculate the expected % of data points in the green, yellow and red zones? Can someone please include the - ... µ=0.
**8*****3*****sigma**+LSL=2.4***sigma**+LSL, LSL=µ-2.4***sigma**Starting from the lower values, you have the ... - http://www.isixsigma.com/ topic/ pre-control-calculations/ 73k cache

**Calculating zones using Cp and Cpk values**- With a Cp of 1.33 and a Cpk of .89, I get the following probabilities for a process P(red zone) = .35% P(yellow zone) = 23.09% P(green zone) = 75.75% I
- ... D=LSL+
**3***T/4=(µ-2.7***sigma**)+**3***(**8*****sigma**)/4=µ+**3**.**3*****sigma**E=LSL+4*T/4=(µ-2.4***sigma**)+4*(**8*****sigma**)/4=µ+5 ... - http://www.isixsigma.com/ topic/ calculating-zones-using-cp-and-cpk-values/ 66k cache

**Six***Sigma*Opportunity Counting- The
**sigma**metric in Six**Sigma**is based on an accurate counting of opportunities. Mikel Harry states in one of his books that if we do not measure (test or - ... PPM, we’re still in the
**3**.**8****sigma**range that is more typical of the “average” com ... - http://www.isixsigma.com/ topic/ six-sigma-opportunity-counting/ 101k cache

**Sample size***sigma*level for zero defect- I want to install a damper in an existing coloumn system & want it's operation to be 100% defect free. How do I calculate the
**sigma**level required & sample - ... 1% defect rate or 10,000 DPM or
**3**.**8****sigma**process performance. Would it be better to sample 1000 un ... - http://www.isixsigma.com/ topic/ sample-size-sigma-level-for-zero-defect/ 74k cache

**1.5***sigma*shift- It is very interesting and enlightening to read all of the fine debate (both positive and negative) surrounding the 1.5
**sigma**shift, as such discussion well - ... have taken a 2.
**3****sigma**to a**3**.**8****sigma**over time. However, it seems more likely that the shift wil ... - http://www.isixsigma.com/ topic/ 1-5-sigma-shift-8/ 78k cache

**ISO 9001 and Six***Sigma*- My company is ISO certified and is also deploying Six
**Sigma**. Both programs appear to be struggling - limited engagement with SS and the minimal number of - ... for requiring the use of Six
**Sigma****8**.5.**3**. “The organization shall determine action to elimina ... - http://www.isixsigma.com/ topic/ iso-9001-and-six-sigma-62/ 86k cache

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