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extrapolation is the process whereby we extend an established numerical relationship between two variables beyong the elastic limit, why extrapolation would not be usedful in this particular situation?




What "particular situation" are you talking about? Inelastic distortion above the yield stress? Is this a queastion from some lab?


the particular situation means elastic limit


the particular situation means elastic limit

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