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23 January, 00:10

For which of these does correlation most likely imply causation?

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  1. 23 January, 01:16
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    Hello!

    Correlation most likely implies causation in the following case: As rainfall increases, the number of umbrellas sold increases.

    "Correlation doesn't always imply causation" is a common saying in statistics. Sometimes when there's a high correlation coefficient between two variables, that doesn't always mean that one is the cause for the other.

    When rainfall increases, people are in need of umbrellas and often buy new ones, so for this pair of variables, the correlation most likely implies causation.

    Have a nice day!
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