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Exam CPSA-F topic 1 question 22 discussion

Actual exam question from iSAQB's CPSA-F
Question #: 22
Topic #: 1
[All CPSA-F Questions]

Which of the following principles apply to testing? (Choose two.)

  • A. In general, exhaustive testing is not possible.
  • B. Where many errors exist, more errors are usually hidden.
  • C. Sufficient testing will show that a program is free of errors.
  • D. Error-free test runs also mean: the software is usable.
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Suggested Answer: AC 🗳️

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Theodgeir
2 months, 4 weeks ago
Selected Answer: AB
"C" is wrong because testing can only show if errors exist but not that they don't exist "D" is wrong because only that the tests passed doesn't mean that a software is usable
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