Certified Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt v4.0

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A Macro Process Map may map a process showing the entire activities of a department and can likely be broken into many Micro Process Maps showing numerous processes that comprise the activities of the department.

  • A. True
  • B. False


Answer : A

SIPOC stands for Suppliers, Inputs, ___________ , Output and Customers.

  • A. Production
  • B. Process
  • C. Products
  • D. Presentation


Answer : B

As we begin to describe the things occurring with our process through a Process Map we begin to see some steps that are NVA which stands for ____________.

  • A. Non-value add
  • B. No violation allowed
  • C. Non-value actions
  • D. Next vehicle action


Answer : A

As we identify customer and supplier requirements for a SIPOC we are urged to use the
RUMBA approach which stands for Reasonable, Understandable, _____________,
Believable and Achievable.

  • A. Manageable
  • B. Massive
  • C. Memorable
  • D. Measurable


Answer : D

Inputs that may affect your process to some degree but are not critical, are difficult to quantify and are random in nature are referred to as ___________.

  • A. Nuisance
  • B. Noise
  • C. Pests
  • D. Elusive


Answer : B

Long-term Data represents all the variation that one can expect to experience from the output of the subject process.

  • A. True
  • B. False


Answer : A

The temperature of a liquid is being measured by a line operator. Which is least likely to be influenced by the instrument?

  • A. Recording the measurement
  • B. Actual temperature of the liquid
  • C. Calibration of the instrument
  • D. Reading of the instrument


Answer : A

One of the primary benefits of your team working together to create an X-Y Diagram is that the data collected from this exercise is accurate and certain.

  • A. True
  • B. False


Answer : B

Measurement System Analysis is a procedure used to quantify variation of the method or system used for taking measurements and used to assure usable data is collected.

  • A. True
  • B. False


Answer : A

A Belt gathered the following defect data for a trouser production line and wanted to assemble it into a Pareto Chart. The correct order from left to right in the chart would be:

Data:Cutting29 -

Forming43 -

Stitching17 -

Sealing51 -

  • A. Sealing, Forming, Cutting, Stitching
  • B. Cutting, Stitching, Sealing, Forming
  • C. Stitching, Forming, Cutting, Sealing
  • D. Forming, Cutting, Sealing, Stitching


Answer : A

One of the primary objectives of constructing an X-Y Diagram is to separate the vital few
Xs from the trivial many Xs.

  • A. True
  • B. False


Answer : A

If a set of data is generally centered relative to the targeted value but is rather widely disbursed it would be said to be _____________.

  • A. Precise but not accurate
  • B. Accurate but not precise
  • C. Precise but skewed
  • D. Accurate but distributed


Answer : B

Stability, Bias and Linearity define the ___________ of a Measurement System.

  • A. Sensitivity
  • B. Repeatability
  • C. Accuracy
  • D. Precision


Answer : C

A tool we use to identify possible failures (defects) in our process and the impact they may have is the _________________.

  • A. Shewhart Analysis
  • B. Juran Journey
  • C. FMEA
  • D. SIPOC


Answer : C

The RPN or Risk Priority Number is used to rank the various Failure Modes as to their impact on the output of the subject process.

  • A. True
  • B. False


Answer : A

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