Cheat sheets can be very useful and make for great posters around your room. The following is a collection of 13 cheat sheets for several mathematical topics and programs:

- General Math Cheat Sheet (iPaper and other formats)
- Elementary Algebra Cheat Sheet (PDF)
- Trigonometry Cheat Sheet (PDF)
- Calculus Cheat Sheet (PDF)
- Derivatives and Integrals Cheat Sheet (PDF)
- Laplace Transforms Cheat Sheet (PDF)
- Abstract Algebra Cheat Sheet (PDF)
- Probability Theory Cheat Sheet (PDF)
- Matlab Cheat Sheet (PDF)
- Mathematica Cheat Sheet (PDF)
- Maple Cheat Sheet (PDF)
- Maxima Cheat Sheet (HTML web page)
- LaTeX Cheat Sheet (several formats)

And since most of us like to show our math pride off when out and about as well, Amazon sells this awesome Math Cheat Sheet T-shirt with formulas on both sides (Also available for Science and Engineering). How awesome is this? 🙂

A sign of life! Keep posting!

Hehe Dotan, I’ll try to. 🙂

More math please! 😉

Thanks so much for the cheat sheets! I’m prepping for the GMAT right now and I’ve been looking for these things to look over while taking the caltrain to work. Thanks again!

Awesome work!

P.S. an extra “cheat sheet” for GNU-R

http://cran.r-project.org/doc/contrib/Short-refcard.pdf

where’s the real analysis cheat sheet?!

I was unable to load the math cheat sheets. I received a page load error. Except the General Math Cheat sheet, which I was able to open.

I was interested in looking at them. Is there something I need to do different to get them to load?

Thank you,

Bill Kluckhohn

Bill, try to right-click on a link and then select “Save Link As…” or “Save Target As…”.

The PDFs from tutorial.math.lamar.edu do not appear to download properly.

Cool mate!!

This is awesome. As an education major (mathematics) this is awesome to have these pdfs both for myself and for students. gratzi

This is cool, it is great to have all of these so that you can print them out for youself or for your students

thank you for those useful files

Great to see your enthusiasm for math on this blog – society needs more people like you! Nice resources in this post, too. I think it’s funny to hear all the different names for such sheets, whether it’s “cheat sheets” “crib sheets” “equation sheets” or something else.

Anyway, thought you and some of your readers might enjoy checking out Cramster – you’ll find math resources, practice problems, practice exams and textbook solutions on the site.

I’ll be checking back for more posts!

Peter Simones

http://www.Cramster.com

These are great!! My 16 year is really struggling in this area and will appreciate these – it is great to have them all in one place. THANK YOU!

Belinda

thank you very much

Excellent, thank you!

True genius serves the greater good…GOD BLESS

Try using your Elementary Algebra Cheat Sheet to solve this:

http://blogoff.simonjensen.com/#post0

Maybe, some extra information is needed on the cheat sheet.

Best wishes!

Simon

umm i need a cheat sheet for tomorow, i dont know how to make one we are allowed to use one but dont know how to make one for grade 7…. help!!!

Ouch!! I wish I knew about the Matlab Cheat Sheet when I was using matlab！

Thank you very much for putting these cheat sheets in one place. Very helpful!

I possess a faded article, this same t-shirt,

purchased from the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago. But it’s faded! Does anyone know where to buy the t-shirt now?

Your site on you tube fro matrcies (addition, subtraction and multiplication) was absotultely wonderful. Please can you add the following matricies problems that would follow these problems ASAP. Or tell me where to find them. You make so simple to understand.

Is there such a thing as a vheat sheet for matricies?

Thanks for the cheat sheets they will be helpful in my high school math class both for me and the students to refer to during class

Thanks for a very helpful list.

There are two cheat sheets I wrote for the Western Australian Tertiary Entrance Examinations for Calculus and Applicable Mathematics. They are available here:

http://swanlotus.org/wp-content/uploads/calculus-sheet.pdf

and

http://swanlotus.org/wp-content/uploads/applicable-mathematics-sheet.pdf

They might be of use to readers of this blog wherever they may reside.

Thank You for such nice post it is really helpful for readers.

This is awesome! I’m a math teacher who has looked for a comprehensive cheat sheet for my Algebra II class for a long time, and everything I’ve found is missing a lot of important stuff. Thank you !

Is there such a thing as a vheat sheet for matricies?

This is cool, it is extraordinary to have these with the goal that you can print them out for yourself or for your understudies.