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Searching travel websites (A) to compare room and flight rates, (B) Shaquita fantasized about a spring break vacation to Hawaii. (C) As her unfinished algebra homework lay ignored on her desk.

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Searching travel websites, to compare room and flight rates, Shaquita fantasized about a spring break vacation to Hawaii. As her unfinished algebra homework lay ignored on her desk.

Adding a comma after websites is an error. You don't need to break the participle phrase, searching travel websites, from the infinitive phrase, to compare room and flight rates. Reconsider your choices.

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