Difference between docker rm IMAGE vs docker rmi IMAGE

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docker image rm "Remove one or more images," according to Docker documentation [1]. But according to docker rmi's explanation [2], the same is said and also "Removes (and un-tags) one or more images from the host node,".

Is the effect of docker image rm IMAGE and docker rmi IMAGE the same in every scenario? IMAGE is the unique identifier for the image to be deleted.
Apr 18 in Docker by pranav
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