O has to go first or fifth. So if O goes after T, O must go fifth.
T needs F afterwards or R beforehand (rule 1). O is directly after T, so F can’t go there.
R has to go before T, instead.
F can’t be performed within two spaces of R (rule 2). So F can only be performed sixth or seventh.
E is CORRECT.
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