Least Common Denominator: The least common denominator (LCD) can be defined as the smallest number which is also a common denominator for a given set of fractions. It is also known as the lowest common denominator.
Least Common Multiple (LCM): The least common multiple of a set of integers is the smallest integer that is an exact multiple of every number in the set.
Least Upper Bound: The least upper bound of a set of numbers is the smallest number that is larger than every member of the set.
Legs of a Right triangle: The two sides that are not the hypotenuse. The legs are the two sides that are on either side of the right (90 degrees) angle.
Length: The straight line distance between any two points.
Less Than: Having a smaller value than the given.
Line: Line can be defined as the distance between two points and is represented by joining the two points.
Line Graph: It is a diagram showing a system of connections or interrelations between two or more things by using lines.
Line Segment: It is a piece of a line with endpoints at both ends.
Line Symmetry: If a figure is divided by a line and both divisions are mirrors of each other, the figure has line symmetry. The line that divides the figure is the line of symmetry.
Linear: An equation or graph is linear if the graph of an equation is a straight line.
Linear Function: A function of the form f(x) = mx + b where m and b are some fixed numbers. The names “m” and “b” are traditional. Functions of this kind are called “linear” because their graphs are straight lines.
Linear Regression: An attempt to model the relationship between two variables by fitting a linear equation to observed data. One variable is considered as the independent variable, and the other is considered as the dependent variable.
Locus: The set of all points meeting some specified condition.
Logarithm: The exponent of the power to which a base number must be raised to equal a given number.
Long Division: In Maths, long division is a method used for dividing large numbers into groups or parts. The long division helps in breaking the division problem into a sequence of easier steps. Just like all division problems, a large number, which is the dividend, is divided by another smaller number, which is called the divisor, to obtain a result called the quotient and sometimes a remainder.