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RE: how to make and paint an interpolation of two variables


I'm not sure what you mean. Both x(t) and y(t) are functions of t. If you wish to graph these two functions you will have t on the "x" axis. Please explain what is it that you want to do.

Tomas Garza
Mexico City

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From: Nacho rrilpm at jazzfree.com
To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
Subject: [mg33935] [mg33905] how to make and paint an interpolation of two variables


Hello , i am a student of computer science and i have to do an
interpolation of two functions : x(t) and y (t). When i have done this...i
have to paint the graphic x(t)interpolation in the x-axes and
y(t)interpolation in the y-axes. Any idea? I I have done the interpolation
using the newton method but i do not know how to paint now both functions
together...? thank you very much



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