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Department
Social Psychology
Course
SOP 3004
Professor
Steve Charman
Semester
N/A

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Ksenia Artsibachev Panther ID: 3630056 “For those who graduate from high school, get a full-time job, and marry before they have their first child, the probability that they will be poor is 2%. But, if those things are absent, 76% will be poor.” a) The causal relationship that is implied by this sentence is that people, who do not graduate from high school, do not get jobs and have children out of wedlock have higher chance of being poor than those individuals that do graduate high school, get jobs, and have children after they are married b) We cannot infer this causal relationship from the data because we do not know whether all of the variables have a relationship to being poor. At this point, we have no way of proving that all three of the variables lead to an individual being more poor or less poor. Thus, for us to be able to make this causal claim, we would have to run a correlation test and examine the data on a scatter plot to determine whether the data indeed would form a causal relations
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