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Engineering: The nature of problems
Engineering: The nature of problems

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4.4 Evaluate solutions

If the obvious solution has been identified and everyone is in agreement, then a formal evaluation of solutions is unnecessary, and we would move on to modelling the design. However, if there is dissent then some stricter method of elimination is required, and this is usually achieved through a process of rank-ordering. There is little to be lost and potentially much to be gained by returning to the customer at this point for opinion, clarification or guidance.