Sentence Examples

  • It makes even less sense to extrapolate findings in young monkeys to old women.
  • It is dangerous to extrapolate these trends to the UK, however.
  • If we extrapolate these figures to Britain, some 111,000 people would have died, with 1.4 million people injured.
  • To extrapolate the survey result to the public in general could be unwise, he added.
  • Having drawn your graph, extrapolate the data for the next three months.

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