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 Poonam Agrawal
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Hi Josh!

The problem with putting M between H and J is that it forces L to be in the last slot - which is not allowed by the rules, since O must be slower than L. (Scroll up to the first post in the discussion to see this fully illustrated).

To avoid this from happening, we have to put M before H, which opens up space for L to be before O. The full diagram of this is also shown in the first post of the discussion.

Take a peek at that post and let us know if you have any other questions about how to diagram this question!

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