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extrapolation is the process whereby we extend an established numerical relationship between two variables beyond the limits of our observed and recorded data. why extrapolation would not be useful and wise to use in forceelongation graph?
In forceelongation, as one extroplates outside the linear region, one enters the stress failure area, in which the curve vastly changes.
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