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Identify the sentence that is punctuated correctly.

a) These products may not seem as exciting as they did in the past but maybe that's the time to do a little buying.

b) Prior to Webster's complete two-volume edition he had compiled three shorter and incomplete versions.

c) Markets that will do well in the future include telecommunications and the energy sector.

d) Financial aspects of homebuying, factor into the equation for the need for additional capital outlays.

I have eliminated B & D
Just not sure if it is A or C for the correct answer

Please help :)

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  1. A needs a comma.

    C is correct.

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