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What are examples of the following common logical fallacies in reasoning:
Post Hoc Fallacy
Appeal to Emotion
Guilty by Association
Division
Hasty Generalization
Slippery Slope
Ad Hominem

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Post Hoc Fallacy

Jon was at the Radio Shack seconds before the electricity went out. Jon must be the reason why we lost electricity.
Just because event A (Jon coming to the store) occurred right before event B (the electricity going out) does not mean that event A caused event B. More evidence is needed to implicate Jon....

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