Oklahoma University College of Engineering student
Michael Nash wrote suggesting that RF Cafe
begin collecting and posting "cheat sheets" that have been created as a means of studying for exams. I think it's
a great idea, so here is a page dedicated to that purpose.
If you have an original cheat sheet, preferably hand-written for authenticity, that you want to make available
to fellow students worldwide, please send me an
with the file attached (PDF, Word, JPG, etc., but keep to less than 2 MB). Include whether you want your name
associated with it, along with a hyperlink to your personal website (or Facebook, MySpace, etc.) Make sure that
there is no possibly compromising information on the sheet, because I plan to post them as received. Of course,
you can send me another e-mail at any time to have a file removed.
Wouldn't you know that just a couple months ago I finally tossed out my old 3x5 cards that were chock full
of equations, written so small that you could barely read them (most engineering & science profs at my school
UVM - allowed one 3x5 card for exams). I remember that one of my circuits professors said on the first test
that he would provide a sheet of paper with all the equations we would need. When he passed it out with the test,
there were only things like √4 = 2, sin2 + cos2 = 1, V=IR, etc. We were nowhere as amused
as he was (since I knew I aced the exam, I had the courage to correct his formula
sheet by pointing out that the proper solution to √4 is ±2).
Disclaimer: These files are provided without any warranty as to the accuracy of content or
applicability to the user's needs. See RF Cafe's