It was interesting to learn about causation and correlation. When reviewing the principlesof a casual hypothesis, we are able to learn that "When a variation in one phenomenon isaccompanied by a variation in another phenomenon, we have a covariation or correlation"(Moore & Parker, pg. 361). This means that not always does a correlation "prove" a causation,but it is more of a hypothesis.We can see how some events may be correlated but are not the cause and effect of oneanother. It is important to understand that correlation doesn't prove causation. In other words,because two events are related, this does not mean that they are a cause-and-effect of each other.It would be a fallacy to assume that just because example A and example B are related that
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