I do not understand how the answer is HSTKRJ
One of the rules states that 2 or 3 must be K or R, another rule states 5 must be R or S.
In the credited answer (HSTKRJ) 5 is R, which means 2 or 3 must be K since it can not be R. However clearly the answer indicates neither 2 nor 3 is K.
What probably simple thing am I missing?
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