Approximating functions

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A development of the idea of representing some given function by a simpler function, and an explanation of why it is useful to do so. The tool used is linear interpolation. Also deals with two related problems of estimating errors, and how errors depend on tabular spacing. This film has been digitized because it has a high level of Vinegar Syndrome (chemical deterioration). That condition will prevent any captured images from being 100% perfect. Our goal is to present the content of the film in a digital format that is as good and the least distracting as possible.
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Filename: lms-026105; Fedora 2 PID: umd:680833; Handle Identifier: hdl:1903.1/32197; Catalog Key: 31430004225126

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