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Functional requirements and non-functional requirements are the two types of software requirements. Functional requirements demonstrate the exact behavior that system should exhibit. On the other hand, Nonfunctional requirements are constraints on the system to meet the intended behavior.

Now, the existing modeling techniques have become well mature to model functional requirements. Do you think it is also true for nonfunctional requirements? Justify your answer with solid arguments. 

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The answer is NFRs are difficult to model as they can not be precise 

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