There are lots of theorems in linear algebra—many more than there are in most other math classes. I found it useful to assemble many of the important theorems into a concise, organized, single document.

This document does not contain any proofs or explanations; its power, rather, lies in its organization, which is such that the theorems that are most closely related are placed next to one another.

You can read the document here (PDF, ~200 KB, 10 pages). For more information about how it was created, see the About page.