r in part only, when both are affirmative there must be a syllogism, no matter which of the premisses is univer. sal. For if R belongs to all S, P to some S, P must belong to some R. For since the affirmative statement is convertible S will belong to some P consequently since R belongs to all S, and S to some P, R must also belong to some P therefore P must belong to some R. Again if R belongs to some S, and P to all S, P must belong to some R. This may be demonstrated in the same way as the CCIE Service Provider preceding. And it is possible to demonstrate it also per impossibile and by exposition, as in the former cases. But if one term is Cisco Certification affirmative, the other negative, and if the affirmative is universal, a syllogism will be possible whenever the minor term is affirmative. For if R belongs to all S, but P does. not belong to some S, CCIE Service Provider it exam it is necessary that P does not belong to some R. For if P belongs to all R, and R belongs to all S, then P will belong to all S but we assumed that it did not. Proof is possible also without reduction ad impossibile, if one of the Ss be taken to which P does not belong. But whenever the major is affirmative, no syllogis

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