Answers to examples of finite differences

# Answers to examples of finite differences - a b c d Q NcR...

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a) Q- NcR how to use thisss?? b) RULE=right hand –left hand c) Can have negetives d) If they are not all stationary, then keep going, till the 3 rd difference which will be the same number.this is when we can fit an exact poly through the data e) If the data does not go to stationary-no , f) Assignment due 12th 1. a) Find polynomial functions that give the following sequences of numbers:
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Unformatted text preview: i) b) Here is a table of finite differences. Most of the numbers have mysteriously changed to asterisks. What is the 12 th number in the original sequence? Find the polynomial function for the second row in the table. (notice the 1 missing in the above function) 2. a) b ) b) =2600 c) d) e) ANSWERS:...
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