With the method np.hermeval3d()
we can estimate the threedimensional Hermite series at the point (x, y, z), where (x, y, z) is defined in np.hermeval3d ()
.
Syntax:
np.hermeval3d (x, y, series)
Return: Return the evaluated 3D hermite series.
Example # 1:
In this In the example, we can see that using np.hermeval3d ()
we can estimate the threedimensional Hermite series in x, y and z using this method.

Output:
8616.0
Example No. 2:

Output:
[1240. 1566.]
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