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Problem 6s.12 Question Help Refer to Table S6.1-Factors for Computing Control Chart Limits (3 sigma) for this problem. Eagletrons are all-electric automobiles produced by Mogul Motors, Inc. One of the concems of Mogul Motors is that the Eagletrons be capable of achieving appropriate maximum speeds. To monitor this, Mogul executives take samples of eight Eagletrons at a time. For each sample, they determine the average maximum speed and the range of the maximum speeds within the sample They repeat this with 35 samples to obtain 35 sample means and 35 ranges. They find that the average sample mean is 103.50 miles per hour, and the average range is 3.00 miles per hour. Using these results, the executives decide to establish an R-chart. They would like this chart to be established so that when it shows that the range of a sample is not within the control limits, there is only approximately a 0.0027 probability that this is due to natural variationUpper Range, Lower Range Sample Size, n Mean Factor, 1.880 1.023 0.729 0.577 0.483 A10 3.268 2.574 2.282 2.115 2.004 1 021 4 076o0001122 o10261 21098877 393786 817306 75443332 o0000000 45678902hey repeat this with 35 samples to obtain 35 sample means and 35 ranges. They find that the average sample mean is 103.50 miles per hour, and the average range is 3.00 miles per hour. Using these results, the executives decide to establish an R-chart. They would like this chart to be established so that when it shows that the range of a sample is not within the control limits, there is only approximately a 0.0027 probability that this is due to natural variation. The control limits for the chart based on the above requirement for the given information are: CRmiles per hour (round the reponse to three decimal places)

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