# A binary classifier predicts only one type of class

This is an assignment question. Can someone someone give me some clue on how to get through:

A generative approach is used for a binary classification problem and it turns out that the resulting classifier predicts positive at all points x in the input space. What can we conclude for sure? Check all that apply.

• There are no negative points in the training set.
• The positive points are spread out over the space, while the negative points are concentratd in a small region.
• There are fewer negative points than positive points in the training set.
• The density of positive points is greater than the density of negative points everywhere in the space.

You need to select points that apply out of those four bullet points. Thanks

• Going wiith option B,C? Even A can be True( worst case)? – Aditya Mar 5 '18 at 1:41