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Hypothesis Testing
In process development and manufacturing problem solving, the decision to make a change is often based on experimentation. The quality and cost of making that decision will hang on how an experiment is conducted and on the decision rule which dictates its result. The use of a statistically valid test of hypothesis is a reliable tool that should be a part of every Quality Engineer’s toolkit. In this Webinar we will introduce hypothesis testing, discuss sampling and distributions, offer the general method for hypothesis testing, explain the risks of error and provide several examples for testing for means and proportions.

Mike retired in 2021 as Senior VP Operations at the Suter Company. Prior to joining Suter, Mike was the Vice President and General Manager of TI Automotive. Mike received his MBA from Wayne State University and his BS from Western Michigan University. He is an ASQ Fellow and is certified as a Quality Engineer and Reliability Engineer.
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Wednesday June 15th, 2022 12:00pm CDT
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Wednesday June 15th, 2022 12:00pm CDT
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Co-sponsored by the ASQ Statistics Division and the Automotive Division
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Date & Time: 06/15/2022 12:00:00 PM CDT

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