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Can I perform a Logistic regression on this data?

Yes. If you have numeric features for a classification problem, you can apply logistic regression. However, you are unlikely to see spectacular results for this data. Let's look at the classic example ...
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Verifying my understanding of MLE & Gradient Descent in Logistic Regression

2) is Wrong. MLE stands for Maximum likelihood estimation. Not an analytical method.
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Why should MLE be considered in Logistic Regression when it cannot give a definite solution?

I think you are comparing apples and oranges here. Maximum likelihood is a the maximum value of your likelihood function, which somehow describes your data generation process. Specifically likelihood ...
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