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## How does number of observations influence overfitting? Choose the correct answer(s).Note: Rest all parameters are same1. In case of fewer observations, it is easy to overfit the data.2. In case of fewer observations, it is hard to overfit the data.3. In case of more observations, it is easy to overfit the data.4. In case of more observations, it is hard to overfit the data. |

A. | 1 and 4 |

B. | 2 and 3 |

C. | 1 and 3 |

D. | none of theses |

Answer» A. 1 and 4 |

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