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I think the problem is in your predict method: (self.bias + self.weights * inputs).sum(axis=1) adds the bias to both of the weight*input values before summing (the arrays are broadcast to the same shape). Hence why the 2*intercept makes things match up.


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I will answer your questions one by one: By hidden layer we mean the layer that is inbetween the input and output. If number of layers = 1 with 10 hidden neurons (as shown in second figure) then is it essentially a neural network which is termed as an MLP. Is my understanding correct? The fundamental building block of a Neural Network is the perceptron. It'...


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