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Fifty Formulas that Changed the World - cover

Fifty Formulas that Changed the World

Balungi Francis

Publisher: Balungi Francis

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Balungi has discovered the secret formulas behind the Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC), Coca-Cola, Facebook, Google, the Theory of Everything, Quantum Gravity and the list is endless. Fifty of the most important equations in physics, economics, mathematics, catering, beverages are all given and expalined in his bestselling book.

LEARN THE FORMULAS BILLIONAIRES ARE USING TO OUT COMPETE YOU AND ENTER 2020 WITH SUCCESS.

LEARN FORMULAS BEHIND EVERY MULTI BILLION BUSINESS AND START YOUR OWN.

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