You are asked to interpolate (4,7), (1,11), (-2,0) by a polynomial in II . You decide to use the…
You are asked to interpolate (4,7), (1,11), (-2,0) by a polynomial in II . You decide to use the Lagrange polynomials approach, hence need first to come up with three Lagrange polynomials, lo, l1, 12. You chose in random one of these three Lagrange polynomials, and evaluated it at 0. From all the options below, only one can possibly be the value you got. Choose that one. Note: You need to evaluate each of the three Lagrange polynomials at O. You will get three numbers, one of them should be listed below. If none is listed below, do not answer this question, and, instead, lists the three values you computed in Question D of this quiz. 0 7/5 O-2/3 0 -1/9 O-1/2 O 1 O 1.5
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