# Everyone else passed the class, so it should be easy for you to pass as well. Which kind of logical fallacy is being committed in this argument?

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## Solution 1

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2 months ago
I think itz saying that if everyone else can pass then u should be able to pass to...Its like saying if everyone can have a piece of gum u can have one to

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