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Default Q13, how to calculate b ,and final predicted solution ?

Hi, i achieve alpha through quadratic programming MATLAB , however , i cannot exactly understand hot to achieve bias and weight . anyone has ideas ? how many support vectors is the correct answer .
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Hi, i achieve alpha through quadratic programming MATLAB , however , i cannot exactly understand hot to achieve bias and weight . anyone has ideas ? how many support vectors is the correct answer .
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