If I say "easy" instead of "simple", would it change the nuance of the context?
The nuance of "easy" and "simple" is slightly different. "Easy" means that something is low in difficulty and can be achieved without much effort. Meanwhile, "simple" means that something is plain, straightforward, and uncomplicated. They are slightly similar, but "simple" is more appropriate for this context than "easy" is. Ex: Jack's plan was simple and uncomplicated. Ex: He designed a plan that was easy and required little effort.
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