Difference between rel=”next” rel=”prev” vs rel=”canonical” ?

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 what is difference between rel=”next” rel=”prev” vs rel=”canonical” ?
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rel=”next and rel=”prev” indicates to Google that content is linked together through a paginated series. The rel=”canonical” option was often chosen, as it acted as a strong hint to Google to rank a certain URL in a series of content pagination.
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