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The Statement of Work and the Requirements Document of the project planning process are two components of delivering a product or service. Define these components and their relevance to the planning process. What might these two planning components have in common? What are their differences? Explain your answer.

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The Statement of Work and the Requirements Document of the project planning process are two components of delivering a product or service. Define these components and their relevance to the planning process. What might these two planning components have in common? What are their differences? Explain your answer.
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