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Newton interpolating polynomial

Let $(a_{0},b_{0})$, $(a_{1},b_{1})$, $\ldots $, $(a_{n}$,$b_{n})$ be $n+1$ points in the plane, with all the $a_{i}$ distinct. The Newton interpolating polynomial isMATHwhere the coefficients $c_{i}$ are constants depending on the $a$'s and $b$'s.


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