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   * The estimates consistently reflect the capacity of the Team to deliver.   * The estimates consistently reflect the capacity of the Team to deliver.
-  * The estimates consistently reflect the size of the work no matter what kind of work it is. For example, it should not matter that we are estimating a new feature or defects +  * The estimates consistently reflect the size of the work no matter what kind of work it is. For example, it should not matter that we are estimating a new feature or defects. 
-  * They are truly relative in that on a Team by Team basis an 8 is an 8 and an 8 is about 4 times a 2 no matter the source.+  * They are truly relative in thaton a Team by Team basisan 8 is an 8and an 8 is about 4 times a 2 no matter the source.
   * Estimation data allows the use of ranges of estimates to help understand the risk profile of the work. A simple example of this is when the Product Owner uses best, average and worst velocities to understand what is likely to happen with their plan.   * Estimation data allows the use of ranges of estimates to help understand the risk profile of the work. A simple example of this is when the Product Owner uses best, average and worst velocities to understand what is likely to happen with their plan.
  
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