Output from a process contains 0.02 defective units. Defective units that go undetected into final assemblies cost $25 each to replace.

1. Output from a process contains 0.02 defective units. Defective units that go undetected into final assemblies cost $25 each to replace. An inspection process, which would detect and remove all defectives, can be established to test these units. However the inspector, who can test 20 units per hour, is paid $8 per hour, including fringe benefits. a.Should an inspection station be established to test all units?b.What is the cost to test each unit?c.What is the benefit (or loss) from the inspection process?2. Resistors for electronic circuits are manufactured on a high-speed automated machine. The machine is set up to produce a large run of resistors of 1,000 ohms each. To set up the machine and to create a control chart to be used throughout the run, 15 samples were taken with four resistors in each sample. The complete list of samples and their measured values are as follows: Develop an _X chart and an R chart and plot the values. From the charts, what comments can you make about the process? SAMPLE NO.READINGS (IN OHMS) 11010991985986 29959961009994 3990100310151008 4101510201009998 5101310191005993 699410019941005 79899929821020 81001986996996 9100698910051007 1099210071006979 119961006997989 1210199969911011 13929919891003 14999993988984 15101310021005992