The setup explains how to make these scenarios.
The K – T below scenario 2 is just to indicate that that scenario has a rule that couldn’t be drawn on the diagram.
The scenarios above solve most questions. However, it is also helpful to have a visual representation of the combined rules, so I’ve drawn the ordering rules below. These combine rules 3, 4 and 5. (K and L are recorded, so rule 3 means W is before them)
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