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Originally Posted by royal
For a) , the hypothesis g returns 1 for all three points. So does this mean that for each of the points 101,110 and 111 as x_n, then y_n is 1 ?
If so then I am not sure what I am then supposed to compare this to?

Correct. In this problem, we are considering different target functions (an unusual consideration that is meant to underline the difficulty of learning). You compare the values of
to the values of each
on these 3 points, and compute the score based on the different
's that can be the target function.