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A belong to no C. It is CCDP necessary the. n that C should not belong to some B. But originally it belonged to all B, consequently the hypothesis is false A then will belong to no B. When A does not belong to an B, suppose it does belong to CCDP it exam all B, and to no C. It is necessary then that C should belong to no B. But this is impossible so that it is true that A does not belong to all B. It is clear then that all the syllogisms can be formed in the middle figure. Chapter 13 Similarly they can all be formed in Cisco Certification the last figure. Suppose that A does not belong to some B, but C belongs to all B then A does not belong to some C. If then this is impossible, it is false that A does not belong to some B so that it is true that A belongs. to all B. But if it is supposed that A belongs to no B, we shall have a syllogism and a conclusion which is impossible but the problem in hand is not proved for if the contrary is supposed, we shall have the same results as before. But to prove that A belongs to some B, this hypothesis must be made. If A belongs to no B, and C to some B, A will belong not to all C. If then this is false, it is true that A belongs to some B. When A belongs to no B, suppose A belongs to some B, and let it have been assumed that C belongs to all B

Exam CodeExam NameVendorCertifications
300-101 Implementing Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE v2.0) Cisco CCDP
300-115 Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks (SWITCH v2.0) Cisco CCDP
642-871 Designing Cisco network Service Architectures (ARCH) Cisco CCDP
642-873 Designing Cisco network Service Architectures (ARCH) Cisco CCDP
642-874 Designing Cisco Network Service Architectures Cisco CCDP
300-320 Designing Cisco Network Service Architectures Cisco CCDP