Posted by **Yoona** on Thursday, December 1, 2011 at 12:48pm.

if f(t) were continious on the interval [-2,1] but youo were only given the function for t=-2,-3/2,-1,-1/2 ..,3/2 and 2, explain how would you apporximate f'(1)

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