Extrapolated sentence example

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  • The decision was pragmatic so that it could be easily extrapolated.
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  • We oppose animal experimentation, based on overwhelming scientific evidence that findings from animal models cannot be reliably extrapolated to humans.
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  • Results are then extrapolated to human studies, either health or in certain clinical states.
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  • While much of science fiction has been set in the relatively near future, with current social trends extrapolated to logical (at least, to some) conclusions, there is also the realm of science fiction epics.
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  • The novel extrapolated technological advances, powered by steam at the time, in the 1800s, leading to great changes.
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