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What math formulas, items, etc. should be memorized

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What math formulas, items, etc. should be memorized [#permalink] New post 15 Aug 2009, 15:34
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I was reading through the various math posts and saw a post on items that should be committed to memory. Unfortunately I can't seem to find it. Can some one post a master list of all items, formulas or anything else that should be committed to memory for instant recall. Thanks.

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Re: What math formulas, items, etc. should be memorized [#permalink] New post 17 Aug 2009, 07:55
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I was reading through the various math posts and saw a post on items that should be committed to memory. Unfortunately I can't seem to find it. Can some one post a master list of all items, formulas or anything else that should be committed to memory for instant recall. Thanks.

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1) Areas/Volumes
2) Properties of triangle
3) combitranics formulae
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Re: What math formulas, items, etc. should be memorized [#permalink] New post 18 Mar 2013, 13:19
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I can suggest you to check out GMAT Cheat Sheet, this is an excerpt from the website:

GMAT Cheat Sheet: What math formulas are covered?

Properties of numbers – rules of divisibility, primes, consecutive integers
Exponents, squares and roots – adding, subtracting, simplifying
Inequalities – testing, reciprocals, extreme values, squaring
Equations – factoring and distributing, substituting, quadratic formula
Word translations – age charts, prices and quantities, rate and time
Decimals and fractions – counting, comparing, computations, percentages
Geometry – polygons, circles, cylinders, triangles, three-dimensional forms
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