Q: Which of the following is a Scrum artifact?

A) Sprint Burndown Chart
B)  Sprint Goal
C) Sprint Backlog
D) Definition of Done

Correct Answer is C) Sprint Backlog.


An artifact can either be described as a tool that solves a problem, or a work of art that inspires people. The Latin word meaning of artifact, which translates to “Work of Art” explains the same. Scrum describes three primary artifacts: the Product Backlog, the Sprint Backlog, and the Product Increment.

A Scrum artifact is a tangible, visible representation of work or a component of work. In Scrum, there are three main artifacts:

  1. Product Backlog: This is a prioritized list of features, user stories, or requirements that the development team needs to complete in order to build the product.
  2. Sprint Backlog: This is a subset of the Product Backlog that the development team selects to complete in the upcoming sprint.
  3. Increment: This is the result of each sprint, which is an updated and usable version of the product that includes new features and functionality.

So, the correct answer is: Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, and Increment are all Scrum artifacts.

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