IN MATH: 1. v. to approximate, using a proportion, the value of a number which cannot be found in a table or on a graph. EX. Calculators save us from log interpolation.
IN ENGLISH: 1. v. to include new material.
APPLICATION: (see list 340)
This is a page from the dictionary MATH SPOKEN HERE!, published in 1995 by MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS, inc., ISBN: 0-9623593-5-1. You are hereby granted permission to make ONE printed copy of this page and its picture(s) for your PERSONAL and not-for-profit use.