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2. Effective Calculation

2. Effective Calculation

You need to test the product viability before launch, test, validate and determine the core features. You have to focus on using the feedback as a basis to build the next version of the product. Each step has to be logically derived on the basis of calculations. No step should be based on intuition and gut feeling. Everything should be derived from calculations and logically driven.


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