What’s Wrong? In Exercises 25–28, identify what is wrong. Motorcycles and Sour Cream In recent years, there has been a strong correlation between per capita consumption of sour cream and the numbers of motorcycle riders killed in noncollision accidents. Therefore, consumption of sour cream causes motorcycle fatalities.

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What’s Wrong? In Exercises 25–28, identify what is wrong. Motorcycles and Sour Cream In recent years, there has been a strong correlation between per capita consumption of sour cream and the numbers of motorcycle riders killed in noncollision accidents. Therefore, consumption of sour cream causes motorcycle fatalities.

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It is given that there is a strong correlation between ‘per capita consumption of sour cream’ and ‘motorcycle fatalities’.

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Causation:

If one event occurs as a consequence of another event, then there is a causal relationship between the two events.

Correlation:

Correlation d...

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