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For example: When I wear jeans, I often tie my hair.
Would this automatically mean that if I don't tie my hair, I'm (probably?) not wearing jeans? Or is it only conditional if I omit the "often" in the original sentence so its a certain situation? So in that case, it's okay for correlations to have sufficient/necessary indicators. What I'm trying to say in the original sentence is that me wearing jeans and tying my hair goes together frequently, but not always.
Could you also please clarify if sufficient & necessary is even considered causation?
Apologies if this isn't clear - I'm probably making up complex situations and confusing myself. What I'm mainly trying to figure out is the first question in this post. Thank you!