1. What does the acronym DMAIC stand for in Six Sigma methodology?

A. Define, Measure, Analyze, Implement, Control

B. Design, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control

C. Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Check

D. Data, Methodology, Analysis, Implementation, Change

2. Which tool is commonly used in Six Sigma to collect and analyze data to understand the root causes of a problem?

A. Scatter plot

B. Control chart

C. Check sheet

D. Root Cause Analysis

3. In Six Sigma, which concept is commonly used to describe the stability and predictability of a process?

A. Standard deviation

B. Mean

C. Deviation

D. Variance

4. Which tool is commonly used in Six Sigma to identify and assess potential influencing factors and determine key influencing factors?

A. Cause and Effect Diagram

B. Five Forces Analysis

C. Sensitivity Analysis

D. Factor Analysis

5. In Six Sigma, which metric is commonly used to measure the capability of a process to meet specific specification requirements?

A. Cpk index

B. P-value

C. Efficiency metric

D. Error rate

6. Which statistical distribution is commonly used in Six Sigma to describe the distribution of data in a process?

A. Normal distribution

B. Poisson distribution

C. Binomial distribution

D. Exponential distribution

7. In Six Sigma, what does the term “Kaizen” refer to?

A. Continuous improvement

B. Project charter

C. Quality function deployment

D. Failure mode and effects analysis

8. Which Six Sigma phase involves verifying the effectiveness of the implemented solutions and ensuring that the improvements are sustained?

A. Control

B. Analyze

C. Measure

D. Define

9. In Six Sigma, what is the primary focus of the Improve phase?

A. Implementing solutions

B. Identifying root causes

C. Establishing project goals

D. Collecting data

10. Which Six Sigma role is responsible for leading and executing improvement projects within an organization?

A. Black Belt

B. Green Belt

C. Master Black Belt

D. Champion