# Numerical Analysis

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x 0 2 3 4
y 7 11 28 63

a)_Using these values, use the Lagrange interpolation process to obtain a polynomial of least degree.

b)_rearrange the points in the table of a) and find the newton form of the interpolating polynomial. Show that they are the same even though their forms maybe different.

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