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25 August, 21:31

How do correlation and causation differ?

A. Causation can involve a number of different events, while correlation can only happen between two events.

B. Causation describes events happening in the past, while correlation describes events happening in the present.

C. Causation impacts events that happen around the same time, while correlation explains can impact events separated by many years.

D. Causation explains a direct connection between events, while correlation explains an indirect connection between events.

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  1. 25 August, 22:32
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    Correlation and causation differ in one key aspect which is that causation usuall explains a direct connection between two event while correlation at the same time will only explain indirect connections between events - D.
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