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Select all that apply. Which of these explains the relationship between logos and fallacies? There is no relationship. Fallacies, which rely on faulty logic, can make an appeal to logos less effective. Fallacies which rely on pathos are the exact opposite of logos. Using a fallacy can be damaging to logos. Using a fallacy can damage one's ethos, which is dependent upon logos.

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