The rule says that R must be a placed away from the first R. That’s another way of saying that it has to be placed close to P.
If you count, you’ll see that in any diagram the second R must always be within two businesses of P.
D is CORRECT.
Rule substitution questions are tough. You should always think about the full effect of a rule and see if there’s another way of describing it.
The other answers are unlikely, because they are complicated. Usually a substituted rule will be simple, and merely describe the effect another way.
This diagram proves that A, B and C are wrong. It meets the conditions listed in those answers, but violates the rule we’re trying to replace. The two R’s are too close together.
E is strange. It doesn’t even mention restaurants. We’ve seen many past diagrams that obeyed all the rules and put O and S together, such as the diagrams from question 9.
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