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A program reads an integer number within range [1, 100] and determines whether it is prime number or not. Design test cases for this program using BVC, robust testing and worst-case testing method.
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1) Test cases using Boundary value checking (BVC):

Since these is one variable, the total number of test cases will be 4n + 1 = 5

In this example, the set of minimum and maximum values is shown below:

Min value = 1

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Min value = 2

Max value = 100

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Max value = 99

Nominal value = 50 - 55

Using these values, test cases can be designed as shown below: 2) Test cases using robust testing:

Since there is one variable, the total number of test cases will be 6n + 1 = 7. The set of boundary values is shown below

Min value = 1

+

Min value = 2

Max value = 100

-

Max value = 99

Nominal value = 50 - 55

Using these values, test cases can be designed as shown below: 3) Test cases using worst - case testing:

Since there is one variable, the total number of test cases will be $5^n = 5$ Therefore, the number of test cases will be same as BVC

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