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Old 09-10-2012, 10:27 PM
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Default Question 20 - Average of two hypotheses

Is the average, g, of hypotheses g1 and g2 defined as g(x) = average(g1(x),g2(x)) for all x in the domain of g1 and g2?
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Default Re: Question 11 - Average of two hypotheses

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Is the average, g, of hypotheses g1 and g2 defined as g(x) = average(g1(x),g2(x)) for all x in the domain of g1 and g2?
Correct: g({\bf x})={1 \over 2}(g_1({\bf x})+g_2({\bf x})) for all {\bf x} \in {\cal X}.
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