As with question 2, I recommend drawing a new diagram for this question. Practice doing it on your own. You should be able to get fast at it, and doing this lets you solve the questions with certainty.
Getting skilled at redrawing your diagram will help you with any sequencing game.
J goes after L, and V goes before Q.
Only S and P are left to go after Q. P has to go last, because S can’t.
There’s only one point of uncertainty. We don’t know whether J or V will go first.
D is CORRECT.
All of the wrong answers are directly contradicted by the diagram.
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