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DIFFERENTIATION OF DISCRETE FUNCTIONS (CHAPTER 02.03)

Polynomial Interpolation Method

By Autar Kaw

TOPIC DESCRIPTION

Learn how you can find the derivative of a discrete function by using the polynomial interpolation method.

This video teaches you how you can find the derivative of a function by using polynomial interpolation method.

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Get in one place the following: a textbook chapter, a PowerPoint presentation, individual YouTube lecture videos, worksheets to illustrate the method and its convergence, and multiple-choice questions on Differentiation of Discrete Functions.
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