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I was searching through the web to find out any webpage which contains the consolidated list for all mathematical cheat sheets in various topics in one place. I couldnt find one. It would be good if we can share the known cheat sheet links in this post for various mathematical topics.

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what do you mean be cheat sheets? Lists of Identities? –  Holdsworth88 Jun 11 '12 at 16:33
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I think you may be looking for something like this:math.stackexchange.com/questions/46775/… Unfortunately, there haven't been any really good answers to the question so such may not exist. –  ItsNotObvious Jun 11 '12 at 16:35
    
@Holdsworth88 I mean, the cheatsheets shoud contain the basic definition, formulas, its properties etc... and also some important therorem –  Learner Jun 11 '12 at 16:41
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I think this will be your best bet. I have been using it for years.

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No cheat sheet for the classification of finite simple groups? My prof says I can only bring in one 8½×11 sheet to the exam. –  MJD Jun 11 '12 at 17:32
    
@MarkDominus Paul's Online Notes doesn't mention groups at all if I recall. After a quick Google search, I didn't really find a cheat sheet for the classification of finite simple groups either. The website I suggested seems to contain the most consolidated cheat sheets spanning from Algebra I to DE - obviously some things are left out - math spans over many topics! –  Joe Jun 11 '12 at 17:55
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Here you'll get some LaTeX formatted math cheat sheets http://thinkprime.wordpress.com/

~Arif

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