Place Z fourth, and then ask what other rules apply. T-S must be third at the latest (2nd and 4th rules) and V must be before Z (3rd rule).
P-W and Y fill the remaining spots after Z. The only restriction is that Y can’t go last.
(As in question 11, I’ve departed from the two scenarios for this diagram.)
A and C are wrong because P-W must be after Z in this case.
B is wrong because W must come after P.
D is wrong because Y must come after Z in this case.
E is CORRECT, as shown by this scenario:
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