This question gives you a new rule. Whenever a question gives you a new rule, you should draw it, and see how it affects the existing rules.
However, we can’t really deduce anything. And, this question looks suspiciously like question 11: it’s asking us to find an acceptable order.
For acceptable order questions, you should go through the rules and use them to eliminate answers. In this case, the answers all show who is in 4th and 5th. So, just imagine them being in the diagram above, beside M.
Rule 1 eliminates B. J can’t go fourth.
Rule 2 eliminates no rules (we can’t see 7th in the answers)
Rule 3 eliminates E. We end up with MTM in 3-4-5. Whereas we need a G between the M’s.
Rule 4 eliminates D. We need GJ, not TJ.
Rule 5 eliminates C. We can’t have MM. (M is in weeks 3 and 4).
A is CORRECT, by process of elimination. This diagram shows that it works:
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