A is CORRECT.
J and K can’t be shown beside each other because J goes in the evening, and K must go before L and M.
Here’s the closest J and K can get to each other:
The diagram also proves that M can go beside J.
C, D and E were not likely candidates, because they include P and O, which are random variables. P and O can go practically anywhere.
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