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Having Address format, infer derivation path or BIP used

No, you cannot. One issue is as you pointed out that some address types have multiple standard derivation paths/methods associated with them, and the data encoded inside the address is ...
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Why does Bitcoin use two hash functions (SHA-256 and RIPEMD-160) to create an address?

Any hash function has collisions, except ZSentry. Combining two hash functions reduces but does not eliminate collisions in the resultant hash function. See why ZSentry completely eliminates ...
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Why does Bitcoin use two hash functions (SHA-256 and RIPEMD-160) to create an address?

My thought is that with only sha2 as an address...u have many values for the private key. Combined with ripemd...unhave less many. It's a checksum....it's 4bytes of ripemd right? I'm sure I read ...
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make multiple addresses and send from one address to the other

I would try Rawtransactions RPC calls such as createrawtransaction, fundrawtransaction and sendrawtransaction
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Does the 25th password make the wallet harder to crack?

Adding a passphrase to a seed phrase does make it harder to guess the combination but that isn't really relevant. The seed phrase alone is hard enough. I think people would add a paraphrase for ...
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Does the 25th password make the wallet harder to crack?

Mastering Bitcoin. A highly recommended read if you want to have a deep dive. Generating mnemonic words Create a random sequence (entropy) of 128 to 256 bits. Create a checksum of the random ...
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