Certified Tester Advanced Level Syllabus Test Analyst International Software

Certified tester advanced level syllabus test analyst

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Certified Tester Advanced Level Syllabus – Test Analyst International Software Testing Qualifications Board Sample Questions – ATA Page 16 of 47 23 November, 2012 © International Software Testing Qualifications Board CTAL-ATA _LO-3.2.1 TA-3.2.1 (K2) Explain the use of cause-effects graphs Question: Which of the following statements about cause-effect graphing is NOT true? Answer Set: A. Cause-effect graphs can show only one type of relationship (and, or, is, is not) in the diagram at a time. B. Cause-effect graphs are used to show the functional logic of the test object visually.C. Cause-effect graphing can be more time-consuming and challenging to learn than other techniques, since they require the use of notation that has been agreed upon with all the parties involved.D. Cause-effect graphs are often created to support the creation of decision tables, but they can easily become too large to be practical.Justification: A.Correct: Cause-effect graphs show condition combinations that cause results, exclude results, multiple conditions that must be true to cause a result and alternative conditions that can be true to cause a particular result. Therefore this option is NOT true. B, C,and D: Incorrect: they are true. Point Value: 1
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