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Test your knowledge of fallacies by selecting the type of fallacy used in the example below. 9 out of 10 Americans already file their taxes on the Internet. What are you waiting for? hangman
fallacy either or fallacy bandwagon fallacy straw man fallacy
9 out of 10 Americans already file their taxes on the Internet. What are you waiting for? : The Straw Man Fallacy.
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User: Test your knowledge of fallacies by selecting the type of fallacy used in the example below. 9 out of 10 Americans already file their taxes on the Internet. What are you waiting for? hangman fallacy either or fallacy bandwagon fallacy straw man fallacy

Weegy: 9 out of 10 Americans already file their taxes on the Internet. What are you waiting for? : The Straw Man Fallacy.
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Weegy: True.
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User: The highlighted words which act as bridges between web pages are called _____. search engines hyperlinks browsers home pages

Weegy: The highlighted words which act as bridges between web pages are called hyperlinks
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