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  1. Q11. While it is understood that mistake proofing is immensely effective, there is some confusion about what it means or intends to achieve. Let us look at the following interpretations of Poka Yoke - The human error will not happen at all. Human error may continue to happen but the defect will not happen. Human error may happen, the defect is less likely to happen. Human error may happen, the defect will also happen but will be detected and corrected automatically. Which of the above interpretations are correct? Please explain with valid examples.
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