This is a case where less known fact is applicable - six sigma does not have to be applicable to data with normal distribution. Or at least not raw data.
The answer you are looking for is in Central Limit Theorem.
The Central Limit Theorem is one of the cornerstones of lean six sigma and one of the first concepts understood in lean six sigma statistical ...
Ask Your Instructor
The problem with tests, especially academic ones, is that only the test developer knows why they think a given answer is correct. In a school context, the only way to know for sure is to ask your instructor.
All the terms you can choose relate to how activities are measured, rather than defining how the two tasks interrelate ...
What’s the relationship between the test planning activity and the testing activity?
The answer should be:
C. Finish-to-Start (FS)
The test planning activity needs to finish, in order to start the testing activity. The highlighted test response might be wrong. It happens.
Whether you're dealing with a project or ongoing operations, a service level agreement should focus on time boxing anticipated activities. Fully-knowable activities can have clear time-box boundaries, while others will simply specify cycle times or communication intervals for longer-lived or unanticipated issues.
Focus on Measurable Outcomes Like ...
Simply putting, you can't.
What is a Service Level Agreement?
A Service Level Agreement, as the name says, is an agreement stating how a (already existing) service is going to be provided.
SLAs are useful to set the minimum acceptable service levels against specific metrics or Service Level Objectives, such as response time (how long users will have to ...