My example of a controlled process that is erroneously adjusted is the thermostat. My house is two-story. The A/C unit upstairs is set on heat at a temperature of 76 degrees and automatic adjustment. Today’s weather temperature was unusual 80 degrees. So, the heat unit didn’t come on. However, due to the temperature outside, it still caused the house to heat up. So, the temperature upstairs was 80 degrees. That is an example of erroneous adjustment.
Examples of an out-of-control process in daily life that are ignored are getting old, high blood pressure …show more content…
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