1. A company has set up an employee wellness program and combined it with the premium for health insurance:
The full standard premium for a health insurance policy is $400.
The program have the following rules:
a. Employees who make a pledge — on the honor system — that they don't smoke, or that they take a stop-smoking class, and have a BMI below 30, get 10% off their contribution toward the full standard insurance premium.
b. Employees who fill in a "health risk assessment" with more health details will be rewarded with a $25 reduction in premium.
c. Employees who participate in a yearly health control at the company a) receive a $50 reduction in their premium for having a BMI of 27.5 or less, and a $25 reduction for having a BMI below 30. And b) if they are non-smokers, they receive an additional $50 reduction in their premium, and those that have joined a stop-smoking class receive a $25 reduction. Smokers pay an additional premium of $75.
How many test cases are needed to achieve 100% test coverage of equivalence partitions of the input parameters, when testing this specification by applying the equivalence partitioning test design technique and what will be the maximum and minimum resulting premium?
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