Another new rule. R is in 3. We saw this at the start. If R is in 3 then T and Y are forced into 1 and 2.
S and X come afterwards, in that order, and V can go anywhere.
A is wrong because S could also go in 5.
B is wrong because T has to be in space 1, not 2.
C is wrong because V could also go in 4 or 6.
D is wrong because X could also go in 5.
E is CORRECT. Y is always between T and R. So if R is in 3, Y goes in 2.
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