This question gives us a new rule; these are called local rules because they’re specific to the question. They only apply “locally”.
You should always draw local rules.
Now S is in front of T, Y and R. Since R can’t go in 5 or 6, this means R must go in 4.
I’ve drawn X and V above to show that they come afterwards, in either order. There are no rules about where to put X and V, as long as X is after S.
We can see from the diagram that none of the answer choices can be true except B, which is the CORRECT answer.
There’s only one way to draw STYR with the new rule. Everything becomes clear once you draw the new rule.
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