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Checking the Fit of Solutions
At this point, you examine the range of solutions you have developed in terms of the the criteria or circumstances in which you are working. A solution that looks great on paper may not work for economic or technical reasons. Another good solution may have a negative social or political impact.
Answering questions like these is a test that you need to apply to your proposed solution. If your solution can survive this test, then you can be fairly confident that it might be successful in dealing with the issue.
Before you continue, respond to Information Memo Three.