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Description: An assumption is an expectation that a condition is correct. For example, one could assume that the sun will shine brightly tomorrow, providing sufficient sunlight for a solar panel to provide electricity. It is valid for assumptions to be made, but they should be documented / communicated effectively if they affect others (e.g. in a project). Furthermore, assumptions should be validated. If they are found not to be correct, the parent (e.g. project) should be adjusted accordingly.

  • Assumptions are the "A" in RAID.

  • Assumptions are the "A" in BOSCARD.

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