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What are the three measures in common use in Quality?

Skill/Topic: Statistical Process Control
A) The Three Measures of Common use in Quality Control is Mean, Median and Mode
Explanation: The three commonly used measures in quality control are Mean (also called as Average), Median (is the value that divides a series of ordered observations so that the number of items above it equals to the number below it) and Mode (is the value that occurs with the highest frequency).
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Answered On : Dec 16th, 2006

The Three Measures of Common use in Quality Control is Mean, Median and Modesudhakar kolla,Email

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The three measures (commonly known as 3-m) in Quality areMEANMEDIANMODE

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1) Mean - average2) Mode - most often3) Median - middleI'll add one more:4) Range -  the difference between highest and least value

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