Some people find this question difficult, because we have to modify our diagram. But the process isn’t any different from when we did our initial setup. V goes before Z? So draw a line from V that shows it’s before Z. Then add in your other rule that says that Q goes after Z.
See, that wasn’t so hard. If you feel stuck on a question that asks you to change the rules, just change one thing at a time. You’ll eventually reach the goal that way.
A is wrong. R has to go first since Z now has to go after V.
B is wrong for the same reason. T now has to go second or third: only R and W can go before T.
C is wrong because R, T, V and Z all have to go before Q.
D is wrong because only R, W and T can go before V.
E is possible, and therefore CORRECT. R, T, V, W, and one of S or Y could all go before Z.
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