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## Suppose you have trained an SVM with linear decision boundary after training SVM, you correctly infer that your SVM model is under fitting.Which of the following option would you more likely to consider iterating SVM next time? |

A. | you want to increase your data points |

B. | you want to decrease your data points |

C. | you will try to calculate more variables |

D. | you will try to reduce the features |

Answer» C. you will try to calculate more variables |

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