I just finished a history exam. Basically, there are some "essay" questions, of which you can choose one. One of them was: Describe an invention during your chosen revolution. The problem is, we were all given material on Selective Breeding to revise, so I didn't think the question could be answered. with that knowledge. For backup, I managed to revise the career of the Duke of Wellington. Luckily, the question came up, and I did that. But, after the exam, nearly everyone I asked had done Selective Breeding for the "invention" question, apart from some that really mucked up, and wrote about stuff they hadn't revised. The thing I am worried about is, if they markers consider Selective Breeding as an invention, those who wrote about it will get really high marks, as we covered it really well. I may not get such high marks, as we didn't cover the career of Wellington well, and I just knew it for backup. I really didn't expect I would have to write an essay on Wellington. Anyway, my question is: Do you think Selective Breeding improvements during the Agricultural Revolution in Britain, could be considered an invention?