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Topic 1: Give an example of an association between two variables that are related to your line of work or career interests. Describe the strength (strong, moderate, or weak) and direction (positive or negative) of the association.

Topic 2: Give an example of an association between two variables that is not causal. Describe the direction of the association and a possible third variable that could be responsible for the association. For example, there is a positive association between shoes size and reading level among elementary school children. This means that children with larger shoe sizes have higher reading levels. The variable that can be attributed to this association is age. Older students have both larger feet and higher reading levels.

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mickeygabz
School: Carnegie Mellon University

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Topic 2: Give an example of an association between two variables that is not causal. Describe the
direction of the association and a possible third variable that could be responsible for the
association. For example, there is a positive association between s...

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