Least Common Denominator (LCD): The smallest denominator possible for two or more fractions which we want to write in equivalent forms, all with the same denominator.
Least common multiple (LCM): The smallest number that can be exactly divided by all the given numbers.
Less than (<): It is given by this symbol “<”, and denotes one quantity is smaller than another.
Less than or equal to: Represented by this symbol “≤”, and denotes one quantity is equal to or smaller to another.
Like Terms: Terms that have exactly the same variables raised to exactly the same powers.
Line: A line is the path formed by a moving point.
Line Graph: A graph that connects the points that represent the quantities in two different scales with a line.
Linear Equation: An equation whose graph forms a straight line.
Lowest Terms (Simplest Form): When a fraction is written with the smallest possible numbers for both its numerator and denominator.