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What the beginning of the following sentence is correct? I just don't understand how to translate participles. In this sentence one action had happened before the other did. In my student's book it says that I need to put "a" or "b", but why should I not put "c"? I think it's logically to put "c".

....the letter into the fire, he left the room.
a. Throwing
b. On throwing
c. Having trown

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