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NEWTON DIVIDED DIFFERENCE POLYNOMIAL INTERPOLATION (CHAPTER 05.03)

Linear Interpolation : Theory

By Autar Kaw

TOPIC DESCRIPTION

Learn Newton's divided difference polynomial method by following the linear interpolation theory.

This video teaches you the Newton's divided difference polynomial method by linear interpolation theory.

ALL VIDEOS FOR THIS TOPIC

Newton's Divided Difference Polynomial: Linear Interpolation: Theory [YOUTUBE 8:18] [TRANSCRIPT]

Newton's Divided Difference Polynomial: Linear Interpolation: Example [YOUTUBE 7:36] [TRANSCRIPT]

Newtons Divided Difference Polynomial Interpolation: Quadratic Interpolation: Example Part 1 of 2 [YOUTUBE 8:45] [TRANSCRIPT]

Newtons Divided Difference Polynomial Interpolation: Quadratic Interpolation: Example Part 2 of 2 [YOUTUBE 5:10] [TRANSCRIPT]

General Order: Newton's Divided Difference Polynomial: Theory: Part 1 of 2  [YOUTUBE 8:54] [TRANSCRIPT]

General Order: Newton's Divided Difference Polynomial: Theory: Part 2 of 2  [YOUTUBE 4:37] [TRANSCRIPT]

General Order: Newton's Divided Difference Polynomial: Example: Part 1 of 2  [YOUTUBE 6:17] [TRANSCRIPT]

General Order: Newton's Divided Difference Polynomial: Example: Part 2 of 2 [YOUTUBE 9:14] [TRANSCRIPT]

COMPLETE RESOURCES
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 Newton's Divided Difference Method.

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