Consider the following syllogism: If it’s a robin then it is a bird. It is a bird. Therefore, it is a robin. In the example above, “Therefore, it is…

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Consider the subjoined syllogism:

If it's a robin then it is a bird.

It is a bird.

Therefore, it is a robin.

In the in overhead, "Therefore, it is a robin" is a ____ of a ____ syllogism.

a.   premise; categorical

b.   conclusion; categorical

c.   premise; conditional

d.   conclusion; conditional

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