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Jacob902

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Why are logos, pathos, and ethos used in an argument? A. To annoy your audience enough to want to attack you B. To make your audience feel bad about their choices C. To scare or frighten your audience into leaving D. To help persuade your audience that you are correct

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    According to the essay "Logical Fallacies," what is an argument? A. An argument proves a point by refusing to accept anything that contradicts the information. B. An argument attacks an audience with words and doesn't give them a chance to respond. C. An argument angers an audience by making personal remarks about their character. D. An argument uses facts, emotions, and credibility to persuade an audience to believe something.

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