Pugh Chart: Definition & Example


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What does quantitative mean?

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1. Why is the Pugh Chart important?

Use the provided material to answer questions 2-4.

Use the following Pugh Chart to answer the questions:

Pugh Chart

2. Which option is the control?

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About This Quiz and Worksheet

This quiz/worksheet combo will test your knowledge of Pugh Charts. Questions focus on the definition of quantitative, along with finding the weight for a given criteria from a Pugh Chart.

Quiz and Worksheet Goals

Your understanding of the material in the lesson is tested with quiz questions on these areas:

  • The meaning of 'quantitative'
  • Why the Pugh Chart is important
  • The control option in a given Pugh Chart
  • Finding the highest score from a given Pugh Chart

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - remember what you have learned about the importance of Pugh Charts
  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you know the meaning of 'quantitative'
  • Problem solving - use Pugh Charts to answer specific questions related to their information

Additional Learning

To find out what else there is to review, use the lesson titled Pugh Chart: Definition & Example, which is home to the extra content listed here:

  • Forming a Pugh Chart
  • Qualitative information
  • Using an example scenario to fill in a Pugh Chart