Published: 01 November 1946
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Statistical methods offer a means for determining in an economic way (1) what quality of product one wants, (2) what product one should strive to get, and (3) how one can operationally verify with a chosen probability that the accepted product will meet the requirements of the one he chooses to try to get. By taking the thought necessary to achieve steps (1), (2}, and (3) both purchaser and vendor can be saved great expense.
Simon, Leslie E.
Colonel, Ordnance Dept., Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.