Explain two assumptions of linear extrapolation. (4 marks)DICT MOD 1 July 2020

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Linear extrapolation is a method of estimating the value of a function at a point outside the range of known data points. It is based on the assumption that the function is a straight line beyond the range of known data points. There are two main assumptions of linear extrapolation: