What is the error in the following sentence?
Standing on the hill. Benton saw the city spread out below him.
A. There is a run-on.
B. There is a fragment.
C. There is a fused sentence.
D.

There is a comma splice.

Standing on the hill. Benton saw the city spread out below him. There is a fragment. To correct, it can be re-written as: Standing on the hill, Benton saw the city spread out below him. Change the period to a comma to make complex sentence.

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Standing on the hill. Benton saw the city spread out below him.

There is a fragment. To correct, it can be re-written as:

Standing on the hill, Benton saw the city spread out below him. Change the period to a comma to make complex sentence.

There is a fragment. To correct, it can be re-written as:

Standing on the hill, Benton saw the city spread out below him. Change the period to a comma to make complex sentence.

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4x + 6 < –6;

4x < -6 - 6;

4x < -12;

x < -12/4;

x < -3

4x < -6 - 6;

4x < -12;

x < -12/4;

x < -3

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