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Which of the following is a valid collection of equivalence classes for the following
problem: An
integer field shall contain values from and including 1 to and including 15
a. Less than 1, 1 through 15, more than 15
b. Negative numbers, 1 through 15, above 15
c. Less than 1, 1 through 14, more than 15
d. Less than 0, 1 through 14, 15 and more

Correct answer is option A I need Explanation can any one provide.thanks in advance
Updated 2-Jul-22 23:11pm

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We do not do your homework: it is set for a reason. It is there so that you think about what you have been told, and try to understand it. It is also there so that your tutor can identify areas where you are weak, and focus more attention on remedial action.

Try it yourself, you may find it is not as difficult as you think!
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Member 15695037 3-Jul-22 5:25am    
People like you are cancer to the community, i really hope that one day your kid asks for directions and some random answers to it like : We do not do your directions for you, maps are set for a reason, why someone you think someone worked hard to develop Google Maps? Work on the areas you are weak and focus more attention on remedial action,try yourself, you may get lost and never get back home but you may find its not difficult as you think! :)
OriginalGriff 3-Jul-22 5:46am    
So ... you have the same task, and you don't want to do your homework yourself either?

Child, you learn by doing, not by handing other people's work in as your own.
And ask yourself this: if you have been given the same assignment 8 years later, that means it's almost certainly the teacher setting it. And that means that any code you find and hand in, he has seen before - possibly many times. Which means he's likely to remember it, and know that you plagiarised "your" solution. In many schools, that means suspension, or even expulsion - it's cheating.

I'd strongly recommend that you think carefully before you do it ...
Member 15695037 3-Jul-22 6:58am    
I'm currently working as manual qa and doing transition to automatic testing , so think again about the "child" and "you have same task, and don't want to do your homework" . But to be honest when i started i had some hard time understanding and making the logic by myself, cause you should be thinking as a computer, not just using some basic daily logic. So, i was lucky enough to have a friend that's a dev and when i had some hard time he used to explain to me the way the task works, the logic and why it's that i had the full picutre and i had the opportunity to analyse, NOT building the task, but having it already build with answer and explanations and breaking it into small pieces. So let's use that critical thinking to understand that some people are not supposed to learn the same way YOU LEARNED it . He said he got the answer, he's looking for an different point of view WHY IS that, and you are coming with some moral lessons and stuff, why is that and how you helped with that? If you are a dev and a junior comes with a question, you gon read him some moral lessons either or what? It's IT industry and what makes it different is that we help eachother, not putting people down cause of ego problems. You sleep in that forum 24/7 , atleast be usefull. Sorry if i sound too passive-aggresive, nothing personal against you i just don't think that's the approach that we have to impose even if i understand you.

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