LogarithmLogarithm.html

Logarithm: One of a class of auxiliary numbers, devised by John Napier, of Merchiston, Scotland (1550-1617), to abridge arithmetical calculations, by the use of addition

Logistic logisticalLogistic-logistical.html

Logistic logistical: Logical. [Obs.] Berkeley. (Math.) Sexagesimal, or made on the scale of 60 as, logistic, or sexagesimal, arithmetic. Logistic, or Proportional, logari

LogisticsLogistics.html

Logistics: (Mil.) That branch of the military art which embraces the details of moving and supplying armies. the word is by some writers extended to include strategy. H.

Long divisionLong-division.html

Long division: Mathematical process of division when the divisor is greater than 12 (Mathematics)

LutuamianLutuamian.html

Lutuamian: Member of the American Indian peoples the include the Klamath

Make a bad shotMake-a-bad-shot.html

Make a bad shot: Miss the target, miss the goal make a miscalculation, make a mathematical error

ManifoldnessManifoldness.html

Manifoldness: Multiplicity. Sherwood. (Math.) A generalized concept of magnitude.

MathMath.html

Math: A mowing, or that which is gathered by mowing chiefly used in composition as, an aftermath. [Obs.] The first mowing thereof, for the kings use, is wont to be sooner

Math coprocessorMath-coprocessor.html

Math coprocessor: Chip which performs mathematical calculations in place of the CPU

MathematicMathematic.html

Mathematic: See Mathematical.