Are the following examples, infinitive clause following passive voice, be understood to be in order to? If not, what do they mean?
The machine was needed to speed the process.
The machine was needed in order to seed the process?
The information required to make a decision is not provided yet.
The information required in order to make a decision is not provided yet?
He was asked to resolve the dispute.
He was asked in order to resolve the dispute?
He was believed to use our sympathy to reach his goal.
He was believed in order to use our sympathy to reach his goal?
Changing to to in order to helps me understand sentences better, so I am wondering if that works in most cases.