# If a symphony orchestra has effective fund-raisers, it will survive; and the Cleveland symphony has survived for years. In the

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If a symphony orchestra has effective fund-raisers, it will survive; and the Cleveland symphony has survived for years.

In the following enthymemes, determine whether the missing statement is a premise or a conclusion. Then supply the missing statement, attempting whenever possible to convert the enthymeme, into a valid argument. The missing statement need not be expressed as a standard-form categorical proposition.

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## A Concise Introduction to Logic

**ISBN:** 978-1305958098

13th edition

**Authors:** Patrick J. Hurley, Lori Watson

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**5**- Categorical SyllogismsSection: Exercises 5-6

Problem: 12

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