Use case diagrams and reports are pretty useful tools that you can use to document project requirements and business rules with test cases.
I would advocate for using use case diagrams when we understand the domain, and we're ok with doing the majority of the use case modeling work in isolation, away from domain experts who might not understand even the slightest…
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