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A student fascinated with all things ancient Egyptian. (A) Kemette squinted at the computer screen, (B) hoping to find the information she needed (C) to finish her research paper on Old Kingdom art.

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A student fascinated with all things ancient Egyptian. Kemette squinted at the computer screen, hoping to find the information that she needed, to finish her research paper on Old Kingdom art.

Adding a comma after needed is unnecessary. To finish her research paper on Old Kingdom art is an infinitive phrase. When an infinitive phrase ends a sentence, use no punctuation.

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