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Quiz 1

1. How much time is required after a Sprint to prepare for the next Sprint?
A. The break between Sprints is time-boxed to 1 week for 30 day sprints, and
usually less for shorter sprints.
B. Enough time for the requirements for the next Sprint to be nailed down.
C. Enough time for the Development team to finish the testing from the last Sprint.
D. None. A new Sprint starts immediately following the end of the previous Sprint.
E. None of the above.

2. The Sprint Goal is a result from Sprint Planning, as is Sprint Backlog.

A. True
B. False

3. Which output from Sprint Planning provides the Development Team with a target
and overarching direction for the Sprint?
A. The Sprint Backlog.
B. The Sprint goal.
C. The release plan.
D. Sprint review minutes.

4. The Product Owner makes sure the team selects enough from the Product Backlog
for a Sprint to satisfy the stakeholders.
A. True
B. False

5. When is a Product Backlog item considered complete?

A. The item has no work remaining that must still be done before it can be used by
its end user.
B. When QA reports that it passes all acceptance criteria.
C. When all work in the Sprint Backlog that is related to it is complete.
D. At the end of the Sprint.

6. Which best describes the Product Backlog?

A. It contains all foreseeable tasks and requirements from which the Scrum team
can develop and maintain a complete project plan.
B. It is baselined to follow change management processes.
C. It is allowed to grow and change as more is learned about the product and its
D. It provides just enough information to enable a Scrum team to start the design
phase of a product.

7. Which of the following is true about Scrum? (Select all that apply.)
A. Each component of Scrum serves a specific purpose, and is essential to Scrum's
success and your usage of Scrum to develop complex products.
B. Scrum is based on empirical process control theory.
C. Scrum is a methodology, where you can pick and choose which parts of Scrum
you think will work for your environment.
D. Scrum is like traditional processes but with self-organization to replace Project
E. Scrum is a framework for developing and maintaining complex products.

8. Which of the following best describes an increment of working software?

A. Additional features in a useable state that complement those delivered in
previous iterations.
B. A decomposition of all Product Backlog items into tasks for future Sprint Backlog
C. UML diagrams that describe how to deliver functionality in future iterations.
D. An automated test suite to verify functionality delivered in previous iterations.
E. A new user interface design for functionality delivered in previous iterations.

9. Why does a Development Team need a Sprint Goal?

A. The Development Team is more focused through a common yet specific goal.
B. Sprint Goals are not valuable. Everything is known from the Product Backlog.
C. A Sprint Goal ensures that all of the Product Backlog items selected for the Sprint
are implemented.
D. A Sprint Goal gives only purpose to Sprint 0.

10. Which topics should be discussed in the Sprint Review?

A. The Scrum process, and how it was used during the Sprint.
B. Coding and engineering practices.
C. Sprint results.
D. All of the above.