Meaning of EXTRAPOLATE in English



Generally Helen would extrapolate on one of the more testing programmes coming out of her department.

How far is it reasonable to extrapolate these results to the non-poor is a highly debatable point.

Like carbon and oxygen, what is known has been extrapolated from reductionist experiments in the lab and computer modeling.

The figures are wildly optimistic, and could only have been extrapolated from a short trial of about 10 operations.

These cost data were then extrapolated to a 200 megawatt plant using various scale factors.

Worsley and his colleagues have extrapolated these effects of the Supercontinental Cycle back into the Precambrian.

You're extrapolating from your own feelings to mine.

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