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Which one of the following statements, related to the requirements phase in Software Engineering, is incorrect?

  1. “Requirement validation” is one of the activities in the requirements phase.
  2. “Prototyping” is one of the methods for requirement analysis.
  3. “Modelling-oriented approach” is one of the methods for specifying the functional specifications.
  4. “Function points” is one of the most commonly used size metric for requirements.
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