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In Linear Regression with One Variable if we set θ0=−1,θ1=2. What is hθ(6)?

m=4 by the way. Any help? I've explained it a lot more now...

For example, if we set θ0=−1, θ1=2. What is hθ (2)?

I think the answer would be Setting x=2, we have hθ (x)=θ0+θ1x=0+1.5∗2=3

By the way, 'm' doesn't come in to it- sorry.


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  • Wayyyyyyy too complicated! That problem makes me dizzy

    • Same here! It's so annoying!!

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