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Tutor profile: Tiffany N.

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Tiffany N.
Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience, Professional & Public Writing; Medical Technologist, Researcher
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Subject: Writing

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Describe the rationale behind the phrase "correlation does not equal causation," in reference to psychological findings. Explain.

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Answer:

The cliche, but often correct, phrase ",correlation does not equal causation," serves as a forewarning to individuals analyzing results that are seemingly correlated. Further, this statement aims to explain that just because two findings/pieces of data are correlated, whether it be positively or negatively, that this does not mean that one finding is caused be the other, or vice versa. This is important to consider when analyzing data, as making an assumption that one finding impacts the other, is easier than further research a given subject.

Subject: Biology

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Correctly identify the three tissue layers of the skin, in their respective order: a.) epidermis, dermis, hypodermis b.) peridermis, dermis, hyperdermis c.) dermis, epidermis, hyperdermis d.) hypodermis, epidermis, dermis

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a.) epidermis, dermis, hypodermis

Subject: English

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Identify the prepositional phrase(s) in the following sentence.

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Answer:

Howard and his dog, Finn, hurriedly walked to the park.

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