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Can you rewrite the argument in standard form--major premise first, minor premise second, conclusion last.All CD players are expensive and delicate mechanism, but no expensive and delicate mechanisms are suitable toys for children; consequently, no CD players are suitable toys for children.
Can you rewrite the argument in standard form--major premise first, minor premise second, conclusion last.

All CD players are expensive and delicate mechanism, but no expensive and delicate mechanisms are suitable toys for children; consequently, no CD players are suitable toys for children.

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Asked by Debbie Sunday May 24th 2009 in Homework Help
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No expensive and delicate mechanisms are suitable toys for children; all CD players are expensive and delicate mechanism; therefore, no CD player is a suitable toy for children.

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