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You should consider the availability of your chosen office equipment. For instance, whether you would have to travel to another location to use it.


This was written like this in a textbook. Isn't whether dependent ?

Is it because 'you should consider' is known. Either way, I would have thought it would need to be followed by a conjunction 'and' and not a new sentence with 'For instance.

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No. That is not relevant.

"For instance, whether you would have to travel to another location to use it" is a fragment. That is the problem.