By Douglas C. Montgomery, George C. Runger
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30. Let E denote the subset of 30 diodes that meet the customer’s requirements. 3. The conclusion matches our intuition. Figure 2-10 illustrates this example. For a discrete sample space, the probability of an event can be defined by the reasoning used in the example above. Definition For a discrete sample space, the probability of an event E, denoted as P(E), equals the sum of the probabilities of the outcomes in E. 1, respectively. 9. 3. 1 ϭ 1. Because A ¨ C is the null set, P1A ¨ C2 ϭ 0 . 10 If one wafer is selected randomly from this process and the location is inspected, what is the probability that it contains no particles?
The possible values for thickness depend on the resolution of the measuring instrument, and they also depend on upper and lower bounds for thickness. However, it might be convenient to define the sample space as simply the positive real line S ϭ R ϩ ϭ 5x 0 x Ͼ 06 because a negative value for thickness cannot occur. If it is known that all connectors will be between 10 and 11 millimeters thick, the sample space could be S ϭ 5x ƒ 10 Ͻ x Ͻ 116 If the objective of the analysis is to consider only whether a particular part is low, medium, or high for thickness, the sample space might be taken to be the set of three outcomes: S ϭ 5low, medium, high6 If the objective of the analysis is to consider only whether or not a particular part conforms to the manufacturing specifications, the sample space might be simplified to the set of two outcomes S ϭ 5yes, no6 that indicate whether or not the part conforms.
Chapter 14 concentrates on the factorial and fractional factorials that we have introduced here. ) Figure S1-4 A fractional factorial experiment for the connector wall thickness problem. 2 Axioms of Probability 2-8 RANDOM VARIABLES LEARNING OBJECTIVES After careful study of this chapter you should be able to do the following: 1. Understand and describe sample spaces and events for random experiments with graphs, tables, lists, or tree diagrams 2. Interpret probabilities and use probabilities of outcomes to calculate probabilities of events in discrete sample spaces 3.