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/ɪntɹ̩powlənt/

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- interpolant, so this is called the interpolant.
- interpolant itself, but also the domain in which that particular interpolant is
- and this particular interpolant is the same interpolant which I got by using direct method.
- value of y from the interpolant itself.|So that's
- So what that means is that the velocity, the linear interpolant velocity,
- or the interpolant for the velocity, is given as a0,
- and also that this interpolant is valid between 15 and 20.|So whenever you are
- those two points, you are able to find out what the unknowns of that linear interpolant are,
- be able to write down the expression of the interpolant, and then you are able to find out what the
- and then draw the cubic interpolant there.|So through these
- four data points you are choosing a cubic interpolant, which will be, let's suppose
- and then you can find out the value of the interpolant at any point between the lowest
- points to be able to find the interpolant, so you want to choose the closest data points which are to
- interpolant.|So if you have your velocity now given as a0,
- a3 t cubed now, so you've got a cubic interpolant now.
- my third-order interpolant there, which basically means is that I can substitute
- And keep in mind that this particular interpolant is now valid
- used to . . . which you used to calculate this third-order interpolant.
- interpolant.|However, we are interested in calculating the value of the velocity at 16.|When I substitute
- and the cubic interpolant which I get for the velocity