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The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of interpolant:
/ɪntɹ̩powlənt/

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