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You are currently the project manager for a software development project, developing a next generation data-mining tool. Your team is developing a new software product that will help customers better manage large volumes of data, especially for data reporting purposes. Midway through the project your customers has asked you to add additional reporting functionality to the software, specifically to correlate sales data across multiple geographic regions based on time. The functionality was NOT part of the original project plan. This is an example of which of the following?

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    Wyethia helenoides syn. Alarconia helenoides
    Poison weed, California compass plant.

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  • Hay fever, with itching in the ears, palate, and the back of the nose, a scalding sensation in the mouth, and violent sneezing

    Origin : Native to North America.

    Background : This plant takes its Latin name from N. B. Wyeth, the naturalist who first discovered it in the mountains of North America.

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    Symptoms Better : None known.

    Symptoms Worse : In the afternoon; for movement; for exercise that raises a sweat; for eating.


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