12.For the best performance in the context of generalization, the complexity of the hypothesis should match the _____ underlying the data.

ANSWER= (C) complexity of the function Explain:-

ANSWER= (C) complexity of the function

13.The types of machine learning algorithms differ in their approach,which are as follows

ANSWER= (C) complexity of the function Explain:-

ANSWER= (C) complexity of the function

14.Which algorithms build a mathematical model of a set of data that contains both the inputs and the desired outputs.

ANSWER= (C) Supervised Explain:-

ANSWER= (C) Supervised

15.In Which Algorithm each training example is represented by an array or vector

ANSWER= (C) Supervised Explain:-

ANSWER= (C) Supervised

16._____algorithms learn a function that can be used to predict the output associated with new inputs.

ANSWER= (B) Supervised Explain:-

ANSWER= (B) Supervised

17.Types of supervised learning algorithms include

ANSWER= (B) Active learning, Classification and Regression Explain:-

ANSWER= (B) Active learning, Classification and Regression

18._____ algorithms are used when the outputs are restricted to a limited set of values

ANSWER= (D) Classification Explain:-

19._____ algorithms are used when the outputs may have any numerical value within a range.

ANSWER= (B) Regression Explain:-

20._____ algorithm that filters emails, the input would be an incoming email, and the output would be the name of the folder in which to file the email.