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Numerical Methods IV - Lecture 13

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Lecture 13 - Newton's Divided Difference Polynomial (General Order): Example Part 2

Learn via an example how the general order Newton's divided difference polynomial interpolation works.

Prof. Autar Kaw
Numerical Methods - Interpolation
(Holistic Numerical Methods Institute, University of South Florida)
Date accessed: 2010-09-27
License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA

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1. Textbook Chapter of Newton's Divided Difference Polynomial Method



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