Take another look at the passage:

Peering around the other students in line, Sylvia tried to see the lunch choices. The cafeteria selections were disappointing. For example, greasy fried chicken, soupy sweet-n-sour pork, and a gray mystery meat floating in translucent, lumpy gravy.

You chose the second part, The cafeteria selections were disappointing. This part has a main clause: selections is the subject; were is the verb. A fragment will not have a main clause.

Go back to the passage to try again.

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