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## The selling price of a house depends on many factors. For example, it depends on the number of bedrooms, number of kitchen, number of bathrooms, the year the house was built, and the square footage of the lot. Given these factors, predicting the selling price of the house is an example of ____________ task. |

A. | binary classification |

B. | multilabel classification |

C. | simple linear regression |

D. | multiple linear regression |

Answer» D. multiple linear regression |

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