I just remembered another LR question. I don't remember the specifics (kind of like I didn't remember the specifics of the rodent question, which ended up leading to debate), but it had something to do with Poetry and Novels, and how people in the 17th century have their own private writing rooms but aren't rich enough to afford the education necessary to learn techniques for poetry or something. I'm 100% sure this is a question.
OMG, thanks for remembering that. I thought that was a really hard question and I had to guess. It was a dialogue between two people. One person said that women in the 19th century wrote more novels than poetry because you need a private writing room to write poetry and many women didn't have that (or something like that). The other person said that it wasn't so much the writing room issue. It said that people who had writing rooms had money, and if you didn't have one it meant you didn't have too much money. Then it said that if you didn't have money you probably didn't have a formal education and a formal education was essential in order to write poetry. The question asked what would weaken the second person's argument and I remember none of the answer choices made sense.
The conclusion was that money was the cause for women writing more novels than poetry. The premise was that men could afford to attend institutions to teach them the literary form necessary for writing poetry, but women could not afford this. It was a weaken question, and I chose the answer that "institutions at the time did not admit women." because that would mean the cause was something other than money.