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FINAL MC

# FINAL MC - SE 660 Software Quality Engineering Final Exam...

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SE 660 Software Quality Engineering Final Exam INSTRUCTIONS: Thoroughly read each question before you attempt to answer it. There is a one-hour time limit for the exam. Each question is worth 10 points. This test is closed book and closed notes. As announced on the first day of class, the questions are based on information in the following texts: Paulk, Mark C. (1995). The Capability Maturity Model . Addison-Wesley: Boston, Mass. Pressman, Roger S. (2001). Software Engineering, A Practitioner’s Approach, 5th Edition. McGraw-Hill, Inc.: New York, NY. Grading is as follows: 285 - 300 = A 220 - 229 = C 270 - 284 = A- 210 - 219 = C- 260 - 269 = B+ 200 - 209 = D+ 250 - 259 = B 190 - 199 = D 240 - 249 = B- 180 - 189 = D- 230 - 239 = C+ 179 and below = Failed Return the exam with your answers to the exam administrator. GOOD LUCK!

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SE 660 Software Quality Engineering 1. Select the answer that most correctly matches the cost of correcting an error with the software development cycle. a) Development Test, 15 – 40 times b) Field operation, 100 – 600 times c) Design, 3 – 6 times d) Requirements, 1 time e) All of the above 2. Intergroup Coordination is part of which level in the CMM? a) Level 1 b) Level 2 c) Level 3 d) Level 4 e) Level 5 3. Verification: “Are we building the product right?” Validation: “Are we building the right product?” a) T b) F 4. Plans made in an organization at CMM level 2 show that the probability mean of Time/\$ are usually higher than at Level 1. Why? a) The CMM model does not work for all organizations. b) Management will often overspent the savings realized at level 2 c) The planning in a level 2 organization is more accurate d) Managers in a level 2 organization spend more implementing CMM e) All of the above 5. Common features include a) Goals, Activities, Abilities, Verification b) Measurement, Abilities, Goals, Activities c) Commitment, Verification, Goals, Abilities d)
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