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In your explanation for the setup, you write that the FL block could be placed anywhere. But if we place FL under T, then the only place where K can go is R. We need three variables for S since S needs to have more variables than T, but the only variables left are H,M, and I, and I cannot go with either H nor M. So if we place the FL block on T, the maximum number of variables possible for S is 2, which is a violation of rule 4.
I just want to make sure I did not make a false inference by putting F and L not laws under T.

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