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Ch. 2 Project: Time Squeeze

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Arpi Beshlik

on 15 October 2013

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Chapter 2 Project: Time Squeeze
Argo's Juice Factory
Activity 2: Graphing
Activity 3: Analyzing
Graph
Data
Graph
Data
The graph above is a direct variation, because at 0 minutes, no juice bottles are filled.
The constant of variation is 1200.

y = 1200x
where y is the number of bottles and x is the minutes
Subject 1:
Total Time: 76 seconds
Per Shirt: 1st- 6
2nd- 9
3rd- 8
4th- 9
5th- 7
6th- 7
7th- 6
8th- 7
9th- 5
10th- 6
Average- 7 seconds
Data
Subjects 1 and 2:
Total time: 39.5 seconds
Per shirt: 1st- 4
2nd- 3.5
3rd- 3.5
4th- 3.5
5th- 3
6th- 4.5
7th- 5.5
8th- 4.5
9th- 2.5
10th- 5
Average- 4 seconds
Data

Activity 1: Investigating
Folding Clothes in
Just 2 Easy Steps!
Subject 2:
Total Time: 100 seconds
Per Shirt: 1st- 5
2nd- 12
3rd- 15
4th- 8
5th- 7
6th- 9
7th- 6
8th- 8
9th- 10
10th- 15
Average- 10 seconds
Subject 3:
Total Time: 51 seconds
Per Shirt: 1st- 5
2nd- 4
3rd- 4
4th- 7
5th- 3
6th- 5
7th- 4
8th- 6
9th- 4
10th- 3
Average- 5 seconds
Average Sec/Shirt: 7 seconds
Part 1
Part 2
Average Sec/Shirt: 3.8
Argo's Juice Factory
Domain
Range
0
90
91
92
93
94
95

0
0
850
1700
2550
3400
4250

Y-intercept: 0

y = 850(x-90)
Subjects 2 and 3:
Total time: 38 seconds
Per shirt: 1st- 3.5
2nd- 3.5
3rd- 4.5
4th- 3
5th- 4
6th- 4.5
7th- 4.5
8th- 3.5
9th- 3.5
10th- 3.5
Average- 3.5 seconds
Subjects 1 and 3:
Total time: 34 seconds
Per shirt: 1st- 3
2nd- 4
3rd- 3
4th- 3
5th- 4
6th- 3
7th- 3.5
8th- 4
9th- 3.5
10th- 3
Average- 3.5 seconds
Time (minutes)
# of Bottles
Extending the Project
There are quality control opportunities in all industrial jobs. In a factory, for example, a tester is required to make sure products are not defective.
A bachelor's degree in engineering, preferably quality engineering, is required when applying for a quality control job. Training happens at the workplace though experience, but it depends on the type of industry, the product, and job requirements.
by
Arpi Beshlikyan
&
Gohar Mkrtchyan
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