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Correlation and Causation What is meant by the statement

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Problem 4BSC

Correlation and Causation What is meant by the statement that “correlation does not imply causation”?

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The relationship between two events that are occurring at the same time is ambiguous. The fact that they are happening together (i.e., correlation) does not mean...

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