CHAPTER FOUR - TEST DESIGN TECHNIQUE

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Quiz on CHAPTER FOUR - TEST DESIGN TECHNIQUE, created by graemewatson on 02/05/2015.

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Question 1

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In IEEE Std. 829-1998, Test Design Specifications define:
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  • Test Input, Test Data & Expected Results.
  • Test Conditions and the associated high level test cases.
  • Execution order and procedures / scripts.
  • Relevant Test levels.

Question 2

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In IEEE Std. 829 - 1998, which document specifies the sequence of actions for executing tests?
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  • The test case specification.
  • The test procedure specification.
  • The test design specification.
  • The test plan.

Question 3

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A range of data from which a test value is selected is termed:
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  • An equivalence partition.
  • A boundary value.
  • A condition group.
  • A valid class.

Question 4

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Customer numbers in the Birmingham database can range between 1000 and 6999 inclusive. Which of the following sets of inputs is the minimum to execute each valid and invalid equivalence partition?
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  • 1000, 3500, 6999
  • 500, 5000, 8500
  • 999, 1000, 6999, 7000
  • 1000, 1001, 6998, 6999

Question 5

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Customer numbers in the Birmingham database can range between 1000 and 6999 inclusive. Which of the following sets of inputs tests all valid and invalid boundary values?
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  • 1000, 3500, 6999
  • 500, 5000, 8500
  • 999, 1000, 6999, 7000
  • 1000, 1001, 6998, 6999

Question 6

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Which of the following is a useful technique when testing combinations of conditions?
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  • Decision coverage.
  • Decision table.
  • Decision outcome.
  • Equivalence partitions.

Question 7

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Use cases are beneficial to testers because:
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  • Process flows are based on typical business usage.
  • They are created independently by testers.
  • They divide inputs into equivalence partitions.
  • They describe allowable transitions.

Question 8

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What is a valid boundary value?
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  • Any valid input entered by the user.
  • Any test value inside a partition.
  • A value identified by the boundary value analysis that falls within a valid partition.
  • A boundary test that gives a valid result.

Question 9

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Given the following specification, which of the following values for age are in different equivalence partitions? IF YOU ARE AGED 21 OR UNDER, YOU ARE TOO YOUNG TO BE INSURED. BETWEEN 22 AND 40 INCLUSIVE, YOU WILL RECEIVE A 20% DISCOUNT. ANYONE OVER 40 IS NOT ELIGIBLE FOR A DISCOUNT.
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  • 22, 40, 61
  • 21, 41 62
  • 21, 40, 60
  • 22, 41, 63

Question 10

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The evaluation of a decision to TRUE or FALSE is a
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  • Decision outcome
  • Condition code
  • Boolean twist
  • Mandelbrot set

Question 11

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Which of the following approaches provides the weakest level of coverage?
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  • Decision Coverage
  • Statement Coverage
  • Multiple Condition Coverage
  • Path Coverage

Question 12

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If a program is tested and 100% decision coverage is achieved, which of the following coverage criteria is then guaranteed to be achieved?
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  • 100% equivalence class coverage
  • 100% path coverage and 100% statement coverage
  • 100% statement coverage
  • 100% multiple condition coverage

Question 13

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Which of the following statements is true of experience-based techniques?
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  • Are used to assess software structure
  • Are only used in component testing
  • Cannot be used with customised software
  • Augment other techniques

Question 14

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Error guessing is best used:
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  • As the first approach to deriving test cases
  • After more formal techniques have been applied
  • By inexperienced testers
  • After the system has gone live

Question 15

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The choice of test techniques to use can depend on
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  • The age of the tester
  • The level of risk
  • The size of the system
  • The number of developers working on the system

Question 16

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The following is a list of test design techniques. Which would be termed "white box" and which "black box"? 1) DECISION TESTING 2) STATEMENT TESTING 3) BOUNDARY VALUE ANALYSIS 4) USE CASE TESTING 5) DECISION TABLE TESTING 6) STATE TRANSITION TESTING
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  • 1, 2 and 5 are white box; 3, 4 and 6 are black box
  • 1, 2 and 6 are white box; 3, 4 and 5 are black box
  • 1, 2 and 3 white box; 4, 5 and 6 are black box
  • 1 and 2 are white box; 3, 4, 5 and 6 are black box

Question 17

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Which of these statements about test techniques is INCORRECT?
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  • Condition testing is a structural technique and has a measure attached.
  • Equivalence partitioning is not the same category of technique as branch/decision testing.
  • State transition testing is the same category of technique as statement testing.
  • Decision table testing is the same category of technique as state transition testing.
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