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Which situation describes a correlation that is not a casual relationship?

1 The rroster crows, and the sun rises.
2 The more miles driven, the more gasoline needed.
3 The more powerful the microwave, the faster the food cooks.
4 The faster the pace of a runner, he quicker
the runner finishes.

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I think the word you should be using is causal, not casual. They have completely different meanings.

Does the crowing of a roster cause the sun to rise? It makes a difference in which order you state the two happenings.

This has nothing to do wth math

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This is not math. This is reading. My answer is that rooster is spelled wrong.It should be r-o-o-s-t-e-r.

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All can be causal. Although the rooster does not cause the sun to rise, apparently the rising sun causes the rooster to crow. A can cause B or B can cause A.

I hope this helps a little more. Thanks for asking

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