This app uses a specified **Newton finite difference** method to generate the difference table, polynomial and approximate the value of this polynomial at the point say \( x = x_{0} \). It also evaluates the \(n^{th}\) derivative if specified.

Label | Description / Your input | |
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1 | Array of \(x\) values. | |

2 | Array of \(y\) values. | |

3 | The variable to use as the unknown in the polynomial. | |

4 | Point at which to approximate the value of the generated polynomial. | |

5 | The Newton difference method to be used. | |

6 | Whether or not the point \(x_{0}\) should be plotted on the graph. | |

7 | Whether or not to differentiate the polynomial. Select the order from the dropdown. | |

8 | Whether or not to add the derivative of the polynomial to the plot. | |

9 | Decimal points to be displayed. | |

Enter your valid inputs then click

Enter your valid inputs then click

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