Relationships can have multiple causes and effects.
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Identifying cause-and-effect relationships helps us understand specific events in United States history.
People respond to and resolve conflicts in a variety of ways, resulting in relationships that have many causes and differing outcomes.
An indirect cause-and-effect relationship usually takes time to establish. Such relationships are often unforeseen, unplanned, or connected to the main causes and effects.
Cause-and-effect relationships can be observed in the classroom, school, and community.