Statements: Some badminton are sports.
No sports is a player.
Conclusions: I. Some badminton are not player.
II. Some player are not badminton.
Alternate: Some badminton are sports (I) + No sports is a player (E) = some badminton are not player (O). Hence, conclusion I will follow. Since, O type propositions cannot be converted, conclusion II will not follow.
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