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Week 7Why is it a fallacy to confuse causation and correlation?Provide an example of a statement that confuses causation with correlation.In addition to your main response, you must also post substantive responses to at leasttwo of your classmates’ posts in this thread.The terms correlation and causation are commonly misunderstood and used in place of eachother when they do not in fact mean the same thing. According to the text, “Correlation doesnot equal causation! If no casual link exists between two things, then the correlation is merecoincidence” (Moore & Parker, 2017). The fallacy that causation and correlation fall under is
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Causality,Correlation does not imply causation,Moore & Parker