Testers Sensible Goal

What is a sensible goal for testers?
A. To show that a system works.
B. To show that a system does not work.
C. To detect faults in the system.
D. To show that there are no faults left in the system.

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A tester's primary role is to discover faults in the system.  Beyond that, a tester should also provide an accurate account of the quality of software so that others in the company can make intelligent business decisions about the system under test.  Therefore, among the options given, the most sensible goal for a tester would be to:  C) detect faults in the system.

A) is not the answer because it is the role of a tester to show how the system does not work. 

B) is not the answer because it is not a tester's primary goal.

D) is not the answer because the statement is not reasonable. 

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