# What does extrapolate mean

## What is an example of extrapolate?

Extrapolate is defined as speculate, estimate or arrive at a conclusion based on known facts or observations. An example of extrapolate is

**deciding it will take twenty minutes to get home because it took you twenty minutes to get there**.## What is another word for extrapolate?

What is another word for extrapolate?

conclude | deduce |
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gather | infer |

understand | reason |

judge | derive |

assume | decide |

## How do you extrapolate something?

to estimate something or form an opinion about something,

**using the facts that you have now and that are valid for one situation and supposing that they will be valid for the new one**extrapolate (from/to something) The figures were obtained by extrapolating from past trends.## What does it mean to extrapolate data?

Extrapolation is an estimation of a value based on extending a known sequence of values or facts beyond the area that is certainly known. In a general sense, to extrapolate is

**to infer something that is not explicitly stated from existing information**.## What is the opposite of extrapolation?

What is the opposite of extrapolate?

doubt | interpolate |
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halt | stop |

leave | create |

ignore | depart |

dissuade |

## How do you use extrapolate in a sentence?

Extrapolate sentence example

**It would be wrong to extrapolate that all Californians are surfers, based only on a few personal experiences.** Look closely, you can extrapolate a lot more from these numbers. Now we can extrapolate these benefits to obtain more pleasing results.

## Does extrapolate mean remove?

As verbs the difference between extrapolate and remove

is that **extrapolate is to infer by extending known information while remove is to move something from one place to another, especially to take away**.

## Why do we extrapolate data?

Graphs are useful in Chemistry because they allow us to make predictions. Interpolate means to insert points between known points on the graph. Extrapolate means

**to insert points either before the first known point, or, after the last known point on the graph**.## How is extrapolation pronounced?

## What is extrapolation in reading?

An extrapolation is

**kind of like an educated guess or a hypothesis**. When you make an extrapolation, you take facts and observations about a present or known situation and use them to make a prediction about what might eventually happen.## Why is extrapolation not reliable?

extrapolation â€śless reliableâ€ť than interpolation that is true not in all contexts.

**It may be true when a specific number, more than one, of known points is demanded to infer the unknown point**. In interpolation, you estimate unknown t2 value from t1 and t3 values, both known and both adjacent to t2.## Is Extrapolatable a word?

**That can be extrapolated**.

## What does it mean to extrapolate the trend?

Trend extrapolation is one aspect of the larger field of trend (or trendline) analysis. It

**attempts to extend known data points to regions beyond the timeframe of known datapoints, almost always in an attempt to predict future values with some degree of probability**.## What is economic extrapolation?

extrapolate. vb.

**to estimate an unknown (future) value by projecting from known (past) values (in TIME-SERIES ANALYSIS)**. This involves predicting a value for the. Collins Dictionary of Economics, 4th ed.## What does extrapolate mean in the Bible?

1a :

**to predict by projecting past experience or known data**extrapolate public sentiment on one issue from known public reaction on others.## What is extrapolation in regression?

**When we use regression line to predict a point whose x-value is outside the range of x-values of training data**, it is called extrapolation. In order to (deliberately) extrapolate we just use the regression line to predict values that are far from training data.

## How do you extrapolate in Google Sheets?

## What does extrapolate mean in chemistry?

**To estimate the value of a result outside the range of a series of known values**. Technique used in standard additions calibration procedure.

## When can you extrapolate?

“Extrapolation” beyond the “scope of the model” occurs when one uses an estimated regression equation to estimate a mean or to predict a new response y n e w for x values not in the range of the sample data used to determine the estimated regression equation.

## What harm does extrapolation do?

Extrapolation factors that are

**too small to**account for the uncertainty between the measured test result and ecosystem effects will allow potentially dangerous chemicals to slip through the process without undergoing adequate assessment.## What’s the difference between regression and extrapolation?

Regression models predict a value of the Y variable, given known values of the X variables. Prediction within the range of values in the data set used for model-fitting is known informally as interpolation. Prediction outside this range of the data is known as extrapolation.