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## Suppose we train a hard-margin linear SVM on n > 100 data points in R2, yielding a hyperplane with exactly 2 support vectors. If we add one more data point and retrain the classifier, what is the maximum possible number of support vectors for the new hyperplane (assuming the n + 1 points are linearly separable)? |

A. | 2 |

B. | 3 |

C. | n |

D. | n+1 |

Answer» D. n+1 |

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