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light cone maxrut-e nur (#) Fr.: cône de lumière The set of all directions in which a light signal can travel toward an event (past light cone) or from an event (future light cone). |

light deflection vâcaft-e nur Fr.: déflexion de la lumière The deviation of a light ray by the gravitational field of a massive body. For example, stellar light passing near the Sun will be deviated by 1''.75 at the Sun's limb. → |

light pollution âludegi-ye nuri (#) Fr.: pollution lumineuse The inappropriate or excessive use of artificial light.
It brightens the sky and has a particularly damaging effect on astronomical
observations. More generally, light pollution can have serious environmental
consequences for humans, wildlife, and our climate. Types of light pollution
include: → |

light-second nur-sâniyé, sâniye-ye nuri Fr.: second-lumière The distance travelled by light in free space in one second. It is equivalent to
2.997924580 × 10 |

likelihood function karyâ-ye šodvâri Fr.: fonction de vraisemblance A function that allows one to estimate unknown parameters based on known outcomes.
Opposed to → → |

limestone sang-e âhak (#) Fr.: castine, calcaire A → |

limonite limonit (#) Fr.: limonite A widely occurring ore of yellowish-brown to black color that consists of amorphous oxides of iron. Gk. |

Lindblad resonance bâzâvâyi-ye Lindblad Fr.: résonance de Lindblad A kinematic resonance hypothesized to explain the existence of galactic
→ After the originator of the model, Bertil Lindblad (1895-1965),
a Swedish astronomer, who made important contributions to the
study of the rotation of the Galaxy; → |

line identification idâneš-e xatt Fr.: identification de raies The process of recognizing the spectral lines in a spectrum. → |

line of action xatt-e žireš, ~ koneš Fr.: ligne d'action Of a force, the straight line along which the force → |

line of induction xatt-e darhâzeš Fr.: ligne d'induction Same as → |

linear acceleration šetâb-e xatti Fr.: accélération linéaire The rate of change of the → → |

linear approximation nazdineš-e xatti Fr.: approximation linéaire Taking the first term in the Taylor series as an
approximation to a mathematical function at a given point.
→ → |

linear correlation hambâzâneš-e xatti Fr.: corrélation linéaire A measure of how well data points fit a straight line. When all the points fall on the line it is called a perfect correlation. When the points are scattered all over the graph there is no correlation. → |

linear differential equation hamugeš-e degarsâne-yi-ye xatti Fr.: équation différentielle linéaire An equation in which the → where f, _{0}(x)f, ..., _{1}(x)f
and _{n}(x)Q(x) are each continuous functions of x defined on a common
interval I and f≠ 0 in _{n}(x)I. A linear differential
equation cannot have, for example, terms such as y or
^{2}(y. See also:
→ ^{'})^{1/2}homogeneous linear differential equation;
→ nonhomogeneous linear differential equation.→ |

linear equation hamugeš-e xatti Fr.: équation linéaire An equation composed of first degree variables and representing a straight line. |

linear function karyâ-ye xatti Fr.: fonction linéaire A function expressed by a → |

linear perturbation theory negare-ye partureš-e xatti Fr.: théorie de perturbation linéaire Assumption that the variations in the plasma parameters, due to the presence of waves, are small (to the first order) as compared to the undisturbed parameters. This makes it possible to linearize equations by dropping out second order (and higher) nonlinear terms. → |

linear polarization qotbeš-e xatti (#) Fr.: polarisation linéaire Of an electromagnetic radiation, a → → |

linear regression vâyâzi-ye xatti Fr.: regression linéaire In statistics, a regression method that establishes a linear relationship between two random variables. → |

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