How to use Extrapolate in a sentence

extrapolate
  • You can't just extrapolate that kind of data from these results.

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  • It would be wrong to extrapolate that all Californians are surfers, based only on a few personal experiences.

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  • Look closely, you can extrapolate a lot more from these numbers.

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  • Now we can extrapolate these benefits to obtain more pleasing results.

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  • Usually these lines begin and end with the silhouette of the foot in the position it should be in, and the dance student is left to extrapolate where the rest of the body will be.

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  • Many elderly citizens extrapolate that all adolescents are rude and entiltled, which is simply not true.

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  • Due to the available research, astromomers extrapolate that there are three times as many stars in the universe than we had orginally thought.

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  • From what we have discovered, scientists extrapolate that we haven't even scratched the surface of what there is to learn here.

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  • My job is to extrapolate the data from these charts and predict our future costs.

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  • Many elderly citizens extrapolate that all adolescents are rude and entitled, which is simply not true.

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  • There's not much more that we could extrapolate from this report.

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  • I can't imagine how you managed to extrapolate that out of this situation.

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