# Errata for 1st Edition

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## CORRECTION

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 10-11)

and in the following computation, in the numerator replace 1,000-100 with **1,000-10**.

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 low-quality 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 73-4)

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 plan** i=9, f=1/4**."

Section 6.3, second paragraph (print page 75)

The list of Mil-Std 1235C tables shold be: CSP-1, CSP-2, CSP-F, CSP-V and the multi-level plan CSP-T.

Figure 6.9 (print page 78)