Y=f(x) Defined – Six Sigma Glossary of Terms

Y=f(x) is the mathematical relationship that identifies the inputs (X\’s) that need to be controlled and the levels they need to be set at to achieve the desired output (Y) to meet customer requirements.

Y=f(x) is the ultimate Six Sigma equation in its purest form.



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