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anonymous
 one year ago
Ali compared the players statistics from his teams soccer season. He determined that having less playing time implies that a player scores fewer goals. What would he say based on his findings?
1)There is no correlation between playing time and number of goals.
2)There is a correlation between playing time and number of goals. There may or may not be a causation. further studies would have to be done to determine this.
3)there is a correlation between playing time and number of goals. However there is no causation. this is because there is a decrease in the number of goals with a decrease
anonymous
 one year ago
Ali compared the players statistics from his teams soccer season. He determined that having less playing time implies that a player scores fewer goals. What would he say based on his findings? 1)There is no correlation between playing time and number of goals. 2)There is a correlation between playing time and number of goals. There may or may not be a causation. further studies would have to be done to determine this. 3)there is a correlation between playing time and number of goals. However there is no causation. this is because there is a decrease in the number of goals with a decrease

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0correlation, no causation.
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