I'm pretty sure that 13 isn't what it says it is. I think it was something to do with confusing a desirable general state with a particular means of attaining it or something like that.
lack of oxygen -> unsuitable cooking water, sitting in a hot water heater -> lack of oxygenIt was worder like this: It is a premise for the claim the hot water in the tank losses oxygen, or similar to this... It was choice C as I remember. Do you agree? Another option that I considered was: it is a premise for the argument's main conclusion... but maybe I'm just hallucinating this answer
yes.. I remember that this answer was towards the end of the list. I put down that it was a premise for the conclusion which is supported by additional information? I think it was C or D. I think I put D... but I was debating C.
I would try to help but everything from this morning is a blur. After the test I drove home, incoherently rambled at my roomate about the test while he stared at me like I was an idiot, then I left and drove around for about an hour with music blasting, then finally made it back to my apartment somehow for a long nap. Now I have a headache and I feel like LSAC raped me.
Any contribution that I give will probably not help much.