I made this "cheat sheet" to help me keep my calculations and work organized rather than use a pen and paper. I also helped me to check my work. It's not pretty and I may be the only person that can read it well but generally you just plug in numbers to the grey boxes and the calculations will take care of themselves. I spent a lot of time on this so I hope somebody else can get some use out of it. Enjoy!

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I made this "cheat sheet" to help me keep my calculations and work organized rather than use a pen and paper. I also helped me to check my work. It's not pretty and I may be the only person that can read it well but generally you just plug in numbers to the grey boxes and the calculations will take care of themselves. I spent a lot of time on this so I hope somebody else can get some use out of it. Enjoy!

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