Medical researcher: Scientists compared a large group of joggers who habitually stretch before jogging to an equal nu...

Mazen on December 6, 2020

all I am asking for is to please diagram D

Does D trigger in both directions? Meaning: If you are more likely to get injured, then you are more likely to stretch; and, if you are more likely to stretch, then you are more likely get injured. In other words, the language - "the more likely X, the more likely X" - can be treated as "if and only if": X <----> Y please help thank you

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Emil-Kunkin on June 14, 2023

Hi, I think that D would only work in one direction, it tells us that as likelihood of injury rises (the independent variable) then the more likely one is to stretch (dependent variable).