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  1. A functional specification is not necessarily a specification to build something new. It can be used to delineate the existing. Please, explain why and give examples and supporting facts.
  2. Requirements may be partitioned into those that must be met by the first release and those that are optional. Please, explain why and give examples and supporting facts.
  3. The requirements must be the client’s, not your own concepts, and must be specified in sufficient detail to test against the implementation. Please, explain why and give examples and supporting facts.

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