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  1. The Many Uses of Extrapolate Scientists worry about the greenhouse effect because they have extrapolated the rate of carbon-dioxide buildup and predicted that its effect on the atmosphere will become increasingly severe. On the basis of their extrapolations, they have urged governments and businesses to limit factory and automobile emissions.
  2. A mathematical procedure designed to enable one to estimate unknown values of a parameter from known values. A common method of extrapolation is to look at data on a .
  3. Extrapolation is the approval of a biosimilar for use in all indications held by the reference biopharmaceutical other than the original indication for which the biosimilar had initially been developed and approved. The use of biosimilar medicines in oncology--position statement of the Brazilian Society of Clinical Oncology (SBOC).
  4. verb (used with object), ex·trap·o·lat·ed, ex·trap·o·lat·ing. to infer (an unknown) from something that is known; conjecture. Statistics. to estimate (the value of a variable) outside .
  5. Jun 21,  · Extrapolation and interpolation are both used to estimate hypothetical values for a variable based on other observations. There are a variety of interpolation and extrapolation methods based on the overall trend that is observed in the data. These two methods have names that are very similar. We will examine the differences between them.
  6. extrapolation of sth The bank expects inflation to overshoot target in two years, but this is only an extrapolation of past trends. extrapolation from sth Extrapolation from the past into .
  7. Extrapolation may be valid where the present circumstances do not indicate any interruption in the long-established past trends. However, a straight line extrapolation (where a short-term trend is believed to continue far in into future) is fraught with risk because some unforeseeable factors almost always intervene.
  8. to use existing information to discover what is likely to happen or be true in the future: Speaking about global warming, she said that time periods of 15 and even 30 years are too brief to extrapolate changes in climate patterns. extrapolate (sth) from sth We as economists tend to just predict the future by extrapolating from the past.

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