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**simron****Real Member**- Registered: 2006-10-07
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1.(0,1),(1,0) Obvious, I know.

2.(3,0),(0,5),(1,2)

3.(1,2),(3,4) Another obvious one.

4.(1,2),(2,1),(3,4),(4,3)

That's all I have.

Oh, and by the way, LeGrange interpolation is a way to find a polynomial function that represents x-y points.

I couldn't get the uppercase pi to work (That means MULTIPLY together everything in those parentheses.). For those of us (including me) who are confused by that, here's an easier (and quite more elegant) formula:

Have fun!:D

*Last edited by simron (2008-06-04 16:06:47)*

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