What are the most important test case for the circle?

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kurtz182  

  • Member Since Nov-2009 | Dec 23rd, 2009


TESTING A CIRCLE

Using simple words that do not imply knowledge of mathematical jargon, I would write these three test cases:

Precondition:
There is a figure drawn on a piece of paper.

TC1) It is a closed figure.
TC2) It has a center point.
TC3) The distance from center point to closest point on figure is equal in all directions.

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gettoknow

  • Nov 30th, 2007
 

verify if the shape is indeed a circle
by checking the radius (shd be half of the diameter)
by checking the diameter
(diameter shd be twice that of the radius).

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paulyog

  • Dec 19th, 2007
 

Indeed 1) Starting point should be the end point, but
2) Verifying at the regular intervals that radius is same. If suppose radius (r) = 5  at 0 deg of angle then r = 5 at 45, 90, 135,180, 270 and 360 deg of angle.

jobs4mvr

  • Jan 3rd, 2008
 

(x1,y1)=(x2,y2)?

Very simplistic and not conclusive. This could imply any closed figure, not necessarily a circle.

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jobs4mvr

  • Jan 3rd, 2008
 

x1,y1)=(x2,y2)?

Very simplistic and not conclusive. This could imply any closed figure, not necessarily a circle.

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TESTING A CIRCLE

Using simple words that do not imply knowledge of mathematical jargon, I would write these three test cases:

Precondition:
There is a figure drawn on a piece of paper.

TC1) It is a closed figure.
TC2) It has a center point.
TC3) The distance from center point to closest point on figure is equal in all directions.

ssaradha85

  • Jan 24th, 2010
 

1 ) Check whether you have a compass or not. 
2 ) Check whether the compass is tight or not.
3 ) Check whether you have inserted a pencil to it. 
4 ) Check whether the inserted pencil has a sharp tip
5 ) Chk whether you can draw a recoginzed shape of the circle. 
6 ) Check whether it as a midpoint. 
7 ) Check whether you are able to measure the radius of the circle from the kid point. 
8 ) Check whether you are able to get the diameter of the circle . where dia= twice the radius. 

sujata_Vxt

  • Jun 20th, 2011
 

1. It should pass through 3 distinct points lying in the same plane.
2. All lines joining 2 opposite points on this object should pass through a single point and have same dimension(length).

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