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Topic: piecewise-linear approximation
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Peter Percival

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Re: piecewise-linear approximation
Posted: Jul 12, 2013 9:51 AM
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onn1.reo@gmail.com wrote:
> Just what it says :)
> If X is greater than .27 but less than .33


That should be written .27 < X < .33. Similarly with your other
inequalities.

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>> What the heck does .27 < {X} > .33 mean?
>>

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>
> Thanks to all those who replied, but I think I've found my answer.
> In case you are curious:
> Ive entered my ranges into an MS Excel spreadsheet, and asked XL to spit out a formula that approximates my data points.
> Its nice I can choose a polynomial (quadratic?) or linear function, and it will transpose it against a graph of my data points so I can see how well it fits.
>



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