To infer or estimate by expanding or projecting known information.

Mathematics To estimate (a value of a variable outside a known range) from values within a known range by assuming that the estimated price follows logically from the understood values.

To infer or calculate by extending or projecting known information.

Mathematics To estimate (a value of a variable outside a known range) from values within a known range by let's assume that the estimated price uses logically from known values.

To estimate the worth of a variable outside a known are normally taken for values within that range by let's assume that the estimated worth uses logically from the understood ones

estimate the worthiness of

draw from certain situations for more general instances

gain understanding of (a location unknown or experienced) by extrapolating

To infer by extending understood information.

To estimate the worth of a variable outside a known cover anything from values within that range by assuming that the estimated worth follows logically from the understood ones

estimate the worthiness of

draw from certain situations to get more general cases

gain familiarity with (a place as yet not known or experienced) by extrapolating

In math and astronomy, to find out (a value or amount) by carrying-out an empirical formula beyond the limitations associated with information from which the formula is deduced. The results usually are pretty much doubtful. See interpolate.

In math and astronomy, to ascertain (a value or volume) by carrying-out an empirical formula beyond the limitations associated with the data from where the formula was deduced. The results usually are pretty much doubtful. See interpolate.

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