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A. The analysis of two variables simultaneously

B. The analysis of three or more variables simultaneously

C. The analysis of a single variable over time

D. The analysis of categorical variables only

A. To identify relationships between two variables

B. To determine causation between two variables

C. To predict future outcomes based on past data

D. To analyze multiple variables in a single analysis

A. Correlation coefficient

B. Chi-square test

C. T-test

D. Analysis of variance (ANOVA)

A. A strong positive relationship between two variables

B. A strong negative relationship between two variables

C. No relationship between two variables

D. An invalid correlation measure

A. To visualize the distribution of a single variable

B. To compare multiple variables simultaneously

C. To display the relationship between two continuous variables

D. To identify outliers in the data

A. Correlation implies causation, and vice versa

B. Correlation represents a relationship, while causation suggests a cause-and-effect relationship

C. Correlation and causation are synonymous terms

D. Causation can only be inferred from experimental studies

A. Pearson correlation coefficient

B. Point-biserial correlation coefficient

C. Spearman's rank correlation coefficient

D. Kendall's tau-b correlation coefficient

A. A variable that directly affects the outcome variable

B. A variable that is unrelated to the study's objectives

C. A variable that influences the relationship between the two variables of interest

D. A variable that is incorrectly measured or recorded

A. Chi-square test

B. T-test

C. Analysis of variance (ANOVA)

D. Mann-Whitney U test

A. Normally distributed variables and equal variances

B. Independent observations and a linear relationship between variables

C. Equal sample sizes and categorical variables

D. Random assignment and absence of outliers