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extrapolate

vb. to estimate an unknown (future) value by projecting from known (past) values (in TIME-SERIES ANALYSIS). This involves predicting a value for the
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These results highlight the danger in extrapolating correlations too far.
Extrapolating the PRNT results to the 164 IFA-positive sera yields an overall positivity rate of 10.1%.
Each of the first 12 chapters looks at a few real-life individuals (identified only by a first name), relating their personal histories and extrapolating those to the model they're describing.
Critics contend that officials are extrapolating more from the data than the studies support.
Extrapolating, that means today's upstarts like DeRemate.com and Submarino.com will be tomorrow's Latin eBays and Amazon.coms.
By July budget watchers, extrapolating from monthly Treasury Department reports., estimated that the coming year's deficit would be no more than $45 billion.
Extrapolating this situation to the larger world of the digital library raises concerns about how productively students might use this world for learning.
Schlereth is a master at extrapolating from objects those questions that inevitably inform our understanding of larger historical processes.