anonymous
  • anonymous
Cameron conducted an observational study to learn how finances affect happiness. He surveyed 700 people in his hometown and found that 80% say the more money they have, the more happiness they experience. What conclusion can Cameron draw from his study?
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anonymous
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anonymous
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laughoutloud
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I did this one hold up

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anonymous
  • anonymous
? Financial stability is the only factor that contributes to happiness. Financial stability results in happiness. There may be a link between financial stability and happiness. Happiness results in financial stability.
anonymous
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@pooja195
laughoutloud
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what assessment is this?
laughoutloud
  • laughoutloud
never mind I found it answer is c

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