Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Sample Paper: Background This sample paper will check your knowledge on Background for LSS Green Belt Click on 'Next' to start 1. Please carry out Anderson‐ Darling normality test for the data provided in Table 1. What is the p‐value and inference at 5% significance level?p‐value is 0.533 and data is normally distributedp‐value is 0.533 and data is not normally distributedp‐value is 0.0533 and data is not normally distributedp value is 0.2533 and data are exponentially distributed2. What percentage of points fall between 70 and 90 in the box plot shown in figure?25%50%75%20%3. For the data provided in table 3, please compute Arithmetic Mean, sample standard deviation and medianMean=69.43, stdev=6.4, Median=70Mean=69.13, stdev=5.4, Median=70Mean=68.43, stdev=5.7, Median=72Mean=68.13, stdev=4.9, Median=744. For the data provided in table 4, which of the following measures is a robust measure of central tendency?Arithmetic meanMedianModeRange5. Assuming the data follows perfect normal distribution, what percentage of the values fall within ± 2 sigma of the mean?68.27%95.46%99.73%90%6. If Sample Variance is 24.01, Range is 10, Sample standard deviation is equal to184.108.40.20676.487. What is sometimes called the 8th waste in Lean?InventoryUnder‐utilisation of talent and skillsWaitingOver‐Production8. A box plot displays:MedianRangeInter‐Quartile RangeAll of the above9. Which of the following is a discrete distribution?F‐distributionNormal distributiont‐distributionPoisson distribution10. Radical Re‐engineering is commonly associated withDMAICLeanDMADVISO11. In a normal standard distribution,Mean =1, standard deviation =0Mean =0, standard deviation =1Mean =1, standard deviation =1Mean and standard deviation can take any values12. According to John Kotter, what is the most common reason for project failure?Inability to create urgencyInability to form a teamLack of Agreement amongst Top ManagementLack of Communication13. Which graphical tool plots quartiles?HistogramDot plotNormal plotBox plot14. A good Six Sigma DMAIC project is one, for whichCauses and solutions are unknown at approval stageCauses are unknown however, Solutions can be found with good brainstorming techniquesCauses are known but solutions are unknownSome people (subject matter experts) know the solutions however, solutions needs to validatedTime is Up!