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A parameter is an integer value, positive, between 17 and 24. Boundary values are excluded. What are the equivalence partitions ?CorrectIncorrect
In dynamic testing, decision tables are used toCorrectIncorrect
What are the differences between black-box and white-box techniques?CorrectIncorrect
What methods are used to design test cases for dynamic testing?CorrectIncorrect
Which one is not part of the black box techniques?CorrectIncorrect
You are testing a mobile app that allows customers to access and manage their bank accounts. You are running a test suite that involves evaluating each screen and each field on each screen against a general list of user interface best practices, derived from a popular book on the topic, that maximize attractiveness, ease-of-use, and accessibility for such apps. Which of the following options BEST categorizes the test technique you are using?CorrectIncorrect
You are testing an unattended gasoline pump that only accepts credit cards. Once the credit card is validated, the pump nozzle placed into the tank, and the desired grade selected, the customer enters the desired amount of fuel in gallons using the keypad. The keypad only allows the entry of digits. Fuel is sold in tenths (0.1) of a gallon, up to 50.0 gallons.
Which of the following is a minimum set of desired amounts that covers the equivalence partitions for this input?CorrectIncorrect
Consider the following state transition diagram for a credit-card only, unattended gasoline pump:
Assume that you want to develop the minimum number of tests to cover each transition in the state transition diagram. Assume further that each test must start at the beginning state, Waiting for customer, and each test ends when a transition arrives at the beginning state. How many tests do you need?CorrectIncorrect