• Knot theory
• Kernel
• Kite
• Kinematics
• Kappa
• Karnaugh map
• Klein bottle
• Kepler’s laws
• Kurtosis
• Knot invariant
• Knot polynomial
• Knot crossing
• Kernel function
• Kinetic energy
• Kleinian group
• Koenigs function
• Kronecker delta
• Klein four-group
• Kolmogorov complexity
• Kinematic equations
• Krein space
• Kolmogorov’s axioms
• Kummer surface
• Koch curve
• König’s theorem
• Kuratowski closure-complement theorem
• Kernel density estimation
• Kinematic equation
• Kruskal’s algorithm
• Kleinian singularity
• Kolmogorov equation
• Königsberg bridge problem
• Karnaugh map minimization
• Kummer’s theorem
• Klein-Gordon equation
• Kurtosis coefficient
• Kernel regression
• Knot diagram
• Kinematic chain
• Kinetic friction
• Kuratowski’s closure-complement theorem
• König’s lemma
• Kähler manifold
• Kullback-Leibler divergence
• Kuratowski’s theorem
• Kolmogorov’s inequality
• Klein quartic
• Krylov subspace
• Karatsuba multiplication

• Kite: A quadrilateral with two pairs of adjacent sides of equal length.
• Kepler’s Laws: Three laws that describe the motion of planets around the sun, formulated by Johannes Kepler.
• Koch Snowflake: A fractal curve with an infinite perimeter and a finite area.
• Klein Bottle: A non-orientable surface with no distinct inside or outside, often used in topology.
• Knot Theory: The study of mathematical knots and their properties in three-dimensional space.
• Kuratowski Closure-Complement Theorem: A theorem in topology that characterizes the closure and complement operations on sets.
• Kissing Circles: Circles that are tangent to each other externally or internally without overlapping.
• K-Map (Karnaugh Map): A graphical representation used in digital logic design to simplify boolean expressions.
• Kaluza-Klein Theory: A theory in physics that attempts to unify gravity and electromagnetism in higher-dimensional space.
• Koch Curve: A fractal curve generated through an iterative process by adding smaller triangles to the sides of an equilateral triangle.

• Kronecker Delta: Symbol used to represent identity matrix elements.
• Kernel: Set of inputs mapping to zero in a linear transformation.
• Kurtosis: Measure of data’s peakedness or flatness in a distribution.
• Key Value Pair: Data structure associating keys with corresponding values.
• Karnaugh Map: Diagram aiding simplification of Boolean expressions.
• Kinematic Equation: Formula describing motion using displacement, velocity, and time.
• Knapsack Problem: Combinatorial optimization problem involving selection of items.
• K-Map Minimization: Technique to simplify Boolean expressions using Karnaugh maps.
• Krull Dimension: Measure of the maximum length of chains in a ring.
• Kutta-Joukowski Theorem: Relates lift to circulation in fluid dynamics.

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