Section 1.5 last paragraph (print page 6) 
It does so by balancing the producer's risk (alpha) and the consumer's risk (beta) 
Section 2.1, equation (2) (print page 1011) 
and in the following computation, in the numerator replace 1,000100 with 1,00010. 
Section 2.1, last equation (print page 15) 
beta = Consumer's risk = 
Section 2.2, last paragraph (print page 18) 
In the sampling plan..., the consumer's risk (of accepting a lowquality batch) 
Section 2.6, last paragraph (print page 28) 
For example, let us assume that we require a producer's risk... and consumer's risk... 
Section 4.1 paragraph before Figure 4.1 (print page 40) 
Using the table in Figure 4.1...

Section 7.6, example before figure 5.2 (print page 54) 
To illustrate the computations...in the process is p=0.01 and the process standard deviation for fat is 0.25%. 
Section 5.9, just before section 5.10 (print page 66) 
... we use the same k=1.89... factor 1+1.89^{2}/2 
Section 5.10, problem 1(a) (print page 66) 
Give a general answer for any sigma (your answer will include the term sigma) 
Section 6.1, table in Considering Additional Costs (print page 734) 
The two headings of the table (i=9, f=1/4 and i=7, f=1/3) should be switched. Also in the text after the table: "For the plan i=7, f=1/3... $54.10 for the plani=9, f=1/4." 
Section 6.3, second paragraph (print page 75) 
The list of MilStd 1235C tables shold be: CSP1, CSP2, CSPF, CSPV and the multilevel plan CSPT. 
Figure 6.9 (print page 78) 
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