Objective: Determine process capabilityThe sandwich shopâ€^{TM}s goal I that every sandwich can be completed inless than 1.5 minutes using the following 20 data times:1.53641.58921.48231.56101.54681.50211.50651.50021.55011.54231.43221.57321.59231.55671.50221.53451.48221.49221.60041.5178Evaluate the shopâ€^{TM}s ability to meet the 1.5 minute goal using the following capability measures:1. What is the Cp? N/A 1.5 becomes the USL as a single sided2. What is the Cpk?3. What does the particular Cpk say about the process that other Cpkâ€^{TM}s may not?4. What is the Pp? N/A Same reason as Question 15. What is the Ppk?Feedback: The USL is given as 1.5 minutes (you don't compute it). There is no LSL (you can't use 0, since it is a hard limit). Thus you are left with just one spec, an USL of 1.5 minutes. This means you can't compute Cp and Pp (since they require two-sided spec limits).Secondly, the Cpk is computed using the process standard deviation and only the USL (sprocess is mR-bar/d2 or 0.053/1.128). Next the Ppk is found using the sample standard deviation instead of the process standard deviation and only the USL.