# Interpolate a function with 60 of points

Posted 10 months ago
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 Hello everyone. I need to interpolate a set of 60 pairs of points associated to positions in the X axis and time. I have tried to use InterpolatingPolynomial[XMTimeM, x], but the result is a very long piecewise function. Is there another way to find the interpolating polynomial that offers a simpler way of doing this?I need a relatively simple expression of the tipe aX^n+bX^(n-1)+.... since I will then have to write it in another language.I will attach my code in case someone can help me.Thanks. Jaime. Attachments:
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Posted 10 months ago
 See attached file ,maybe helps. Attachments: