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    A Divided Differences Table and Newton Interpolating Polynomials

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    Augment the divided differences table in order to find the Newton interpolating polynomial for points(-2,3),(1,6),(2,11) and (-1,2). Do you notice anything interesting about the answer? Can you explain why get this answer?

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    Answer: The divided differences table for finding the Newton polynomial interpolating (-2, 3), (1, 6), (2, 11) and (-1, 2) is shown below:

    x1=-2 and ...

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    The solution gives detailed steps on finding the Newton interpolating polynomial for 4 given points by setting up divided differences table.

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