If T is in 2, then U must be in H1. S has to go in G1 to be numbered lower than T. Q can go in either row.
A is wrong because Q is always in seat 3.
B is wrong because U is always in 1.
C could be false. Q could sit in row H rather than beside Robert. C is CORRECT.
D is wrong. S has to be beside R because it’s the only way for S to be in a lower numbered row than T.
E is wrong because U has to go directly before T.
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