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TrendLinePolynomial Method
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TrendLinePolynomial(String,Series,Int32) Fits a polynomial of a given degree to a data set in accordance with the least squares approach and returned the values of the fitted function over the same range of the x-coordinate as the given data set.  
TrendLinePolynomial(Series,Int32) Fits a polynomial of a given degree to a data set in accordance with the least squares approach and returned the values of the fitted function over the same range of the x-coordinate as the given data set.  
TrendLinePolynomial(SeriesCollection,Int32) Fits a polynomial of a given degree to a data set in accordance with the least squares approach and returned the values of the fitted function over the same range of the x-coordinate as the given data set.  
TrendLinePolynomial(String,Series,Int32,Double,Int32,Int32) Fits a polynomial of a given degree to a data set in accordance with the least squares approach and returns the value of the fitted function over an extended (i.e. above, below or both) range of the x-coordinate values of the given data set.  
TrendLinePolynomial(Series,Int32,Double,Int32,Int32) Fits a polynomial of a given degree to a data set in accordance with the least squares approach and returns the value of the fitted function over an extended (i.e. above, below or both) range of the x-coordinate values of the given data set.  
TrendLinePolynomial(SeriesCollection,Int32,Double,Int32,Int32) Fits a polynomial of a given degree to a data set in accordance with the least squares approach and returns the value of the fitted function over an extended (i.e. above, below or both) range of the x-coordinate values of the given data set.  
TrendLinePolynomial(String,Series,Int32,DateTime,DateTime) Fits a polynomial of a given degree to a data set in accordance with the least squares approach and returns the value of the fitted function over an extended (i.e. above, below or both) range of the x-coordinate values of the given data set.  
TrendLinePolynomial(Series,Int32,DateTime,DateTime) Fits a polynomial of a given degree to a data set in accordance with the least squares approach and returns the value of the fitted function over an extended (i.e. above, below or both) range of the x-coordinate values of the given data set.  
TrendLinePolynomial(SeriesCollection,Int32,DateTime,DateTime) Fits a polynomial of a given degree to a data set in accordance with the least squares approach and returns the value of the fitted function over an extended (i.e. above, below or both) range of the x-coordinate values of the given data set.  

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