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Maths: Numerical Methods: Graphical method, Algebraic method of Interpolation

Example 5.12

Using graphic method, find the value of *y* when *x* = 38 from the following data:

*Solution:*

From the graph in Fig. 5.1 we find that for x = 38, the value of y is equal to 35

**Example 5.13**

Using Newtonâ€™s formula for interpolation estimate the population
for the year 1905 from the table:

*Solution:*

To find the population for the year 1905 (i.e) the value of y at x
= 1905

Since the value of y is required near the beginning of the table,
we use the Newtonâ€™s forward interpolation formula.

=
98,752 + 46946.2 + 639.8 + 584.36 + 1390.23

=
1,48,312.59

=
1,48,313

**Example 5.14**

The values of *y* =
*f* ( *x*)for *x* = 0,1,2, ...,6 are given
by

Estimate the value of *y* (3.2) using forward interpolation
formula by choosing the four values that will give the best approximation.

*Solution:*

Since we apply the forward interpolation formula, last four values
of *f*(x) are taken into consideration
(Take the values from x = 3).

The forward interpolation formula is

**Example 5.15**

From the following table find the number of students who obtained
marks less than 45.

*Solution:*

Let x be the marks and y be the number of students

By converting the given series into cumulative frequency
distribution, the difference table is as follows.

**Example 5.16**

Using appropriate interpolation formula find the number of
students whose weight is between 60 and 70 from the data given below

*Solution:*

Let x be the weight and y be the number of students.

Difference table of cumulative frequencies are given below.

Let
us calculate the number of students whose weight is below 70. For this we use
forward difference formula.

Number
of students whose weight is between

60
and 70 = y(70) âˆ’ y(60) = 424 âˆ’ 370 = 54

**Example 5.17**

The population of a certain town is as follows

Using appropriate interpolation formula, estimate the population during the period 1946.

*Solution:*

Here
we find the population for year1946. (i.e) the value of y at x=1946. Since the
value of y is required near the beginning of the table, we use the Newtonâ€™s
forward interpolation formula.

=
20 + 2 - 0.125 + 0.0625 âˆ’ 0.24609

=
21.69 lakhs

**Example 5.18**

The following data are taken from the steam table.

Find the pressure at temperature *t* = 175^{0}

*Solution:*

Since the pressure required is at the end of the table, we apply
Backward interpolation formula. Let
temperature be x and the pressure be y.

**Example 5.19**

Calculate the value of y when x = 7.5 from the table given below

*Solution:*

Since the required value is at the end of the table, apply
backward interpolation formula.

**Example 5.20**

From the following table of half- yearly premium for policies
maturing at different ages. Estimate the premium for policies maturing at the
age of 63.

*Solution:*

Let age = x and premium = y

To find y at x = 63. So apply Newtonâ€™s backward interpolation
formula

**Example 5.21**

Find a polynomial of degree two which takes the values

*Solution:*

We will use Newtonâ€™s backward interpolation formula to find the
polynomial.

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