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Why should researchers be very cautious about comparison or correlatios that involve different vaiables?

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In general correlation does not imply causation. If there is strong correlation between two variables A and B, there are several possibilities
1. A influence B
2. B influence A
3. A and B are influenced by one or more additional variables.
4. Relationshi...

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