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The requirements document also describes how the requirements that are listed in the document are implemented efficiently
Consistency and completeness of functional requirements are always achieved in practice.
Prototyping is a method of requirements validation.
Requirements review is carried out to find the errors in system design.
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(C) Prototyping is a method of requirements validation.
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