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His arms full of expensive science fiction paperbacks, (A) Cary remembered (B) that next semester's tuition was due in two weeks. (C) Making a trip to the library instead of the bookstore a better financial decision.

You wanted to do this:

His arms full of expensive science fiction paperbacks, Cary remembered, that next semester's tuition was due in two weeks. Making a trip to the library instead of the bookstore a better financial decision.

Adding a comma after remembered is an error. You usually do not use a comma to attach a subordinate clause to the main clause in front.

You might want to review the rules.

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