Take another look at the passage:

Rocking and thrashing like a wild horse that cowboys had lassoed. The washer complained about its overloaded tub. At the other end of the Laundromat, Bobby quietly read an old magazine, pretending that it was not his machine.

You chose the third part, At the other end of the Laundromat, Bobby quietly read an old magazine, pretending that it was not his machine. This part has a main clause: Bobby is the subject; read is the verb. A fragment will not have a main clause.

Go back to the passage to try again.

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