You’re correct if you answered C!
The encoder ring can appear to be a standard bearing seal. If that were the case, though, it would remain fixed as the inner bearing was rotated. If the “seal” does rotate, that’s the side with the encoder ring and needs to be installed so it faces the sensor.
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