Does the following argument involve a fallacy? I

Does the following argument involve a fallacy? If you

think it does not, tick (d). If you think it does, which of (a), (b) or (c) might

reasonably be construed as the fallacy in this argument?

The Solar system consists of the Sun and the nine planets. The hottest place in the Solar System is the Sun, which is a star located at its centre. Therefore, for each of the nine planets it is true that its hottest part is its core.

(a) undistributed middle

(b) division

(c) composition

(d) no fallacy

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