anonymous
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PLEASE HELP WILL MEDAL. WHICH IS A RED HERRING? Which is an example of the red herring fallacy? Students should not stay up late the night before an exam. A lack of physical exercise can lead to poor health. Students should not stay up late the night before an exam. Some students who study the night before an exam get poor grades. No wonder Ms. Thompson advises students not to stay up late the night before an exam. She's an old-fashioned teacher. Ms. Thompson advises students not to stay up late the night before an exam. Given how badly she teaches, that's likely to be bad advice.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Which is an example of the red herring fallacy? Students should not stay up late the night before an exam. A lack of physical exercise can lead to poor health. Students should not stay up late the night before an exam. Some students who study the night before an exam get poor grades. No wonder Ms. Thompson advises students not to stay up late the night before an exam. She's an old-fashioned teacher. Ms. Thompson advises students not to stay up late the night before an exam. Given how badly she teaches, that's likely to be bad advice.

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