Discover a comprehensive list of math words that start with the letter L to enhance your vocabulary and understanding of mathematical concepts.

**Line – A straight one-**dimensional figure having no thickness and extending infinitely in both directions.- Linear – Relating to a straight line or lines.
- Length – The measurement or extent of something from end to end.
- Limit – A value that a function or sequence approaches as the input or index approaches some value.
- Logarithm – The exponent by which a base number is raised to produce a given number.
- Locus – The set of points that satisfy a given condition or equation.
- Lemma – A subsidiary or intermediate theorem in an argument or proof.
- Linear Algebra – The branch of mathematics concerning linear equations and their representations.
- Least – The smallest amount or number.
- Lattice – A regular, repeating arrangement of points in space.
- Level – A specific value or position within a defined scale.
- Line Segment – A part of a line that is bounded by two distinct end points.
- Lambda (λ) – A Greek letter often used to represent eigenvalues in linear algebra.
- L’Hopital’s Rule – A method for finding limits of indeterminate forms.
**Log-**Log Scale – A graphical scale where both the horizontal and vertical axes are logarithmic.- Lower Bound – The smallest value that is allowed or possible.
- Linear Function – A function that graphs to a straight line.
- Linear Equation – An equation between two variables that gives a straight line when plotted on a graph.
**Lateral Area – The surface area of a three-**dimensional object, excluding its bases.- Laplace Transform – An integral transform used to solve differential equations.
- Lateral Edge – An edge of a polyhedron where two faces meet.
- Limit Point – A point where a function or sequence approaches arbitrarily closely.
- Logic – The study of reasoning and argumentation.
- Leading Coefficient – The coefficient of the highest degree term in a polynomial.
- Lebesgue Integral – An integral that extends the concept of the integral to more general functions and domains.