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5 questions

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point

1.

Consider the problem of predicting how well a student does in her second year of

college/university, given how well they did in their first year.

Specifically, let x be equal to the number of "A" grades (including A-. A and A+ grades) that a

student receives in their first year of college (freshmen year). We would like to predict the value

of y, which we define as the number of "A" grades they get in their second year (sophomore

year).

Refer to the following training set of a small sample of different students' performances (note that

this training set may also be referenced in other questions in this quiz). Here each row is one

training example. Recall that in linear regression, our hypothesis is

h(x)=0+1x, and we

For the training set given above, what is the value of m? In the box below, please enter your

answer (which should be a number between 0 and 10).

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point

2.

For this question, assume that we are

using the training set from Q1. Recall our definition of the

cost function was J(0,1)=12mmi=1(h(x(i))y(i))2.

What is J(0,1)? In the box below,

please enter your answer (Simplify fractions to decimals when entering answer, and '.' as the

decimal delimiter e.g., 1.5).

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point

3.

Suppose we set 0=1,1=2 in the linear regression hypothesis from Q1. What is

h(6)?

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point

4.

Let f be some function so that

f is some arbitrary/unknown smooth function (not necessarily the

cost function of linear regression, so f may have local optima).

Suppose we use gradient descent to try to minimize

f(0,1)

following statements are true? (Check all that apply.)

If the learning rate is too small, then gradient descent may take a very long

time to converge.

gradient descent will decrease the value of f(0,1).

updates to the two parameters), after one iteration of gradient descent, we will still have 0=1.

a local minimum, then one iteration will not change their values.

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point

5.

Suppose that for some linear regression problem (say, predicting housing prices as in the

lecture), we have some training set, and for our training set we managed to find some 0, 1such

that J(0,1)=0.

Which of the statements below must then be true? (Check all that apply.)

i.e., all of our training examples lie perfectly on some straight line.

Gradient descent is likely to get stuck at a local minimum and fail to find the global minimum.

so that h(x)=0

For this to be true, we must have y(i)=0 for every value of i=1,2,,m.

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