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1) One of the biggest flaws in any research is the logic of statistical correlation implies causation. What is the fundamental difficulty with this assumption and how should correlations be treated?

2) Explain the difference between discrete and continuous data. Provide an example of each.

3) What is the difference between an observational study and an experiment?

4) What is a histogram and what is its value to statistical presentations?

5) What is a frequency distribution and why is it useful?

6) Describe at least 3 sampling methods discussed in the chapter. What are their strengths and weaknesses?

**Directions:** Once the forum opens on Day 1, you
are required to “Start a New Thread” by Day 3. Initial post should
be 200-300 words, not counting citations. Remember to cite your
sources properly.

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