See also: Extraordinary Extremely Extraneous Extract Extravagant Extricate Extremist Extremity Extrovert Extra Extrinsic Extravagance Extravaganza Extroverted Extradite Extraterrestrial Extrapolate Extricated Extron
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extrapolate (verb) · extrapolates (third person present) · extrapolated (past tense) · extrapolated (past participle) · extrapolating (present participle)
Definition of extrapolate in English: extrapolate. verb. [with object] 1Extend the application of (a method or conclusion) to an unknown situation by assuming that existing trends will continue or similar methods will be applicable.
Here you'll have to find the value of the point "a" that has to extrapolate. Therefore, the extrapolation formula goes by: b (a) = b1 + ((a - a1)/ (b - b1)) (b2 - b1)
Definition of extrapolate. transitive verb. 1a : to predict by projecting past experience or known data extrapolate public sentiment on one issue from known public reaction on others.
generalize, generalise, extrapolate, infer(verb) draw from specific cases for more general cases. Synonyms: deduct, generalise, guess, infer, vulgarise, popularise, understand, deduce, derive, vulgarize, interpolate, generalize, popularize. interpolate, extrapolate(verb) estimate the value of.