First, draw the local rule:
Then ask yourself what other rules apply. V must go before Y, because P isn’t first. That’s rule 6. So V goes 2nd or 3rd.
And S must be 3rd at the latest. That’s rule 4. So V and S fill the 2nd and 3rd slots, in either order.
P-W and Z will fill the slots after Y.
C is CORRECT. V now has the same restriction as S, they are interchangeable in this scenario.
All the other answers are possible. The final three variables are very flexible, as long as P is before W.
(I’ve departed from the two scenarios for this diagram, because it seemed clearer. Always feel free to modify a setup if it doesn’t make sense in context)
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