Avi on May 12 at 08:55PM
During the test I limited the answers down to A and E. I ended up picking E. I don't understand what is wrong with that choice. I do understand that because of choice A there still may be causation between the correlation which is therefor a mistake in the argument. Yet, doesn't the author make another mistake which is answer E that perhaps these things are highly correlated without there needed for these things to have a causal relationship? In arguing with the study that there is no causation doesn't he assume that the study was saying that there existed some causation?
Shunhe on May 13 at 02:00AM