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Control limits in a business

Explain the control limits of the gym data, including the calculations and data used to determine them. Discuss the effect of any seasonal factors using the process performance data collected each week.Discuss the confidence intervals and their usefulness based on the number of data points.

Day Time working out at gym (at gym) driving time (to and from) Total Time
Tuesday, May 10 58 minutes 15 minutes 73 minutes
Wednesday, May 11 48 minutes 15 minutes 63 minutes
Thursday, May 12 52 minutes 13 minutes 65 minutes
Friday, May 13 49 minutes 16 minutes 65 minutes
Monday, May 16 52 minutes 15 minutes 67 minutes
Tuesday, May 17 47 minutes 13 minutes 60 minutes
Wednesday, May 18 50 minutes 15 minutes 65 minutes
Thursday, May 19 54 minutes 14 minutes 68 minutes
Friday, May 20 41 minutes 17 minutes 58 minutes
Monday, May 23 50 minutes 15 minutes 65 minutes
Tuesday, May 24 52 minutes 15 minutes 67 minutes
Wednesday, May 25 49 minutes 14 minutes 63 minutes
Thursday, May 26 52 minutes 15 minutes 67 minutes
Friday, May 27 48 minutes 13 minutes 61 minutes

I still go to the same gym; I just go at 4:30 in the morning now. By going so early in the morning there are more machines empty. The traffic is easier also.

Day Time working out at gym (at gym) driving time (to and from) Total Time
Monday, May 30 40 minutes 12 minutes 52 minutes
Tuesday, May 31 41 minutes 12 minutes 53 minutes
Wednesday, June 1 40 minutes 13 minutes 53 minutes
Thursday, June 2 40 minutes 12 minutes 52 minutes
Friday, June 3 41 minutes 12 minutes 53 minutes
Monday, June 6 41 minutes 13 minutes 53 minutes
The main thing that factors me going to the gym is weather. If it is raining I drive a little slower. If snow is covering the ground I don't go because it is too dangerous.

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