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Solved: a. Use Algorithm 3.2 to construct the interpolating polynomial of degree three

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Problem 7

a. Use Algorithm 3.2 to construct the interpolating polynomial of degree three for the unequally spaced points given in the following table; X fix) -0.1 5.30000 0.0 2.00000 0.2 3.19000 0.3 1.00000 b. Add /(0.35) = 0.97260 to the table and construct the interpolating polynomial of degree four.

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Textbook: Numerical Analysis
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Author: Richard L. Burden J. Douglas Faires, Annette M. Burden
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Solved: a. Use Algorithm 3.2 to construct the interpolating polynomial of degree three