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Question: Which of the following choices best describes how design enriches planning, and states the differences between the two?

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  1. Design actions generally consist of more "brainstorming" - dialogue, critical reasoning, and creative thinking, whereas planning actions consist of more deliberate analytical thinking and detailed production of plans and orders.
  2. In most situations, design replaces planning and consists of deliberate analytical thinking. Planning is more than a broadened view of mission analysis often laying out unclear underlying tasks.
  3. In most situations, planning does not replace design, but design is incomplete without planning. Design is also more than a broadened view of mission analysis laying out very clear underlying tasks.
  4. Design consists of deliberate analytical thinking and detailed production of plans and orders, whereas planning involves more "brainstorming" - dialogue, critical reasoning, and creative thinking.

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1. Design actions generally consist of more "brainstorming" - dialogue, critical reasoning, and creative thinking, whereas planning actions consist of more deliberate analytical thinking and detailed production of plans and orders.

The choices that best describes how design enriches planning, and states the differences between the two: 'Design actions generally consist of more "brainstorming" - dialogue, critical reasoning, and creative thinking, whereas planning actions consist of more deliberate analytical thinking and detailed production of plans and orders'.

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