Another general could be true question. Just like with question 16, the scenarios from the setup let you easily eliminate answers. Here are the scenarios, for reference:
Scenario 1 ( H before L)
Scenario 2 (L before H, H – T – V)
Scenario 3 (L before H, V – T – H)
A is wrong because S needs M and V after it. So it can go fourth at latest.
B is CORRECT. In scenario 2 you can place S fourth, with only M and V after it.
C is wrong because L can only go 5th in scenario 1. And in that scenario, V would have to be last, not M.
D is wrong because scenario 1 is the only scenario with L after T. And in that scenario L also needs H, S and M before it. So if L went after T, it would have four variables before it and go 5th at earliest.
E is wrong because V can only go third in scenario 3, where L and S are before it.
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