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6. Which number is equal to 7(3.5 x 10^4) written in scientific notation?

A.)24.5 x 70^4
B.)2.45 x 10^5
C.)24.5 x 10^4
D.)1.05 x 10^5

I think the answer is C.
Thank you.

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