# What are the most important test case for the circle?

kurtz182 Profile Answers by kurtz182 Questions by 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.

#### Radhikapragada Profile Answers by Radhikapragada

• Nov 30th, 2007

The start point should be the end point.
(X1,Y1)=(X2,Y2).

#### gettoknow Profile Answers by 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).

#### paulyog Profile Answers by 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 Profile Answers by jobs4mvr

• Jan 3rd, 2008

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

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

#### jobs4mvr Profile Answers by jobs4mvr

• Jan 3rd, 2008

x1,y1)=(x2,y2)?

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

#### saravanan123 Profile Answers by saravanan123

• Aug 13th, 2009

1.Check it cannot be straight

2.Check it can be curve only
3.Check the starting point be the end point too
4.Check whether it is measured from the centre to any part it can be equal

#### kurtz182 Profile Answers by kurtz182 Questions by kurtz182

• 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.

#### ssaradha85 Profile Answers by 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 Profile Answers by 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).  