Weierstrass approximation theorem

Weierstrass approximation theorem

noun Mathematics.
the theorem that for any continuous function on a closed interval, there is a polynomial such that the difference in values of the function and the polynomial at each point in the interval is less in absolute value than some positive number.

Origin:
named after K. T. Weierstrass

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