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Definition of the verb extrapolate
What does extrapolate mean as a doing word?
verb - inflections: extrapolated | extrapolating | extrapolates
- draw from specific cases for more general cases
- lexical domain: Communication - verbs of telling, asking, ordering, singing
- synonyms of extrapolate: generalise / generalize / infer
- more generic terms: conclude / reason / reason out = decide by reasoning
- more specific words:
- estimate the value of
- gain knowledge of (an area not known or experienced) by extrapolating
Alternative definition of the verb extrapolate
- [transitive] To infer by extending known information.
- antonym: interpolate
- [transitive, mathematics] To estimate the value of a variable outside a known range from values within that range by assuming that the estimated value follows logically from the known ones
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for extrapolate
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Intuitive Rules by Ruth Stavy, Dina Tirosh
The general tendency to extrapolate is an extremely valuable learning resource. For instance, a child sees the sun rising day after day and concludes, by extrapolation, that it will rise ...
AS student book by Ruth Holmes, Salters-Nuffield
The easiest line to extrapolate is a straight one — you just use a ruler. To extrapolate a curve you need to identify the shape of the curve. Computers can extrapolate curves mathematically more exactly than humans can. An extrapolation is ...
A Model Comparison Perspective by Scott E. Maxwell, Harold D. Delaney
One of the ways in which a study might be an insecure base from which to extrapolate is that the conclusion reached by that study about a statistical hypothesis it tested might be wrong. As you likely learned in your first course in statistics, there ...
August 13-15, 2000, Institute for Research in Cognitive Science, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA by Cognitive Science Society (U.S.). Conference, Lila R. Gleitman, Aravind K. Joshi
One simple heuristic that produces results consistent with both the data and the normative Bayesian model is the rule "The distance to extrapolate is the range of scores divided by the number of examples" , which is an unbiased frequentist ...
Clinical Trials Dictionary (2012)
Terminology and Usage Recommendations by Curtis L. Meinert
extrapolate, extrapolated, extrapolating, extrapolatesν To infer, predict, extend, or project beyond something recorded, observed or experienced, e.g., ...
by James H. Stramler, Jr.
external extrapolate external beyond the outer or surface portion of the body or a body segment; opp. internal external auditory canal the tubular structure leading from the external environment to the tympanic membrane; syn. external auditory ...
exponentiation extrapolate exponentiation Raising something to a power. expression Describes the technique used for extracting essential oils from citrus products. See also Essential oil. extensive properties: properties such as mass, volume, ...
2,856 Words You Must Know by Mark Phillips
To extrapolate is to use information that you already know to make estimates or educated guesses about what you don't know. We knew that the square root of 16 is 4 and that the square root of 25 is 5; by extrapolation we estimated the square ...
Volume 60 - Uranium Mill Tailing Reclamation in the U.S. and Canada to Vacuum System Design by John J. McKetta Jr
With logarithmic plots, it is possible to extrapolate to larger time intervals. As filtration continues and medium resistance becomes small, Eq. (14) can be ...
Test Methods by John W. Gillespie
Extrapolate the line to log a = 0 (a — 1 mm). The corresponding compliance is, according ...
by Informa Healthcare, Waldemar Karwowski
Instead, extrapolate from current technology trends to envision the world of 2005, 2010 and beyond. It seems reasonable to suppose that most electronics will be linked via digital networks. Your wearable computer will provide access to a ...
by Agust?n Fuentes
In other words, when rewarded for choosing one stimulus over another, monkeys are able to extrapolate the rule even to new pairs of objects, because they transfer knowledge based on information from each trial. Reversal learning is when ...
by Eric H. Kessler
1950: George Homans, The Human Group— advances smallgroup theory and research; attempts to extrapolate from a single group to understanding the social system. 1952: Solomon Asch studies of social influence (Asch Effect)—proposes ...
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Quotes about extrapolate
My main expertise is in the past, but if I have to extrapolate into the future, I would say: no good news any time soon and an obvious exit strategy is not apparent to me. (Juan Cole)
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Scrabble value of E1X8T1R1A1P3O1L1A1T1E1
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