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* Easily come up with ranges that represent future probability. For example you could say "if I do this work at my minimum velocity which represents a 90% probability that I will get it done, then the cost / date will be X while if I do this work at my average velocity which represents a 50% probability that I will get it done, then the cost / date will be Y". Plans can then be evaluated based on these probabilities. | * Easily come up with ranges that represent future probability. For example you could say "if I do this work at my minimum velocity which represents a 90% probability that I will get it done, then the cost / date will be X while if I do this work at my average velocity which represents a 50% probability that I will get it done, then the cost / date will be Y". Plans can then be evaluated based on these probabilities. | ||

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