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what is the order of the numbers from least to greatest A=6.2x105 b =12.3x107 c=5.2x10^3 d=3.7x105
the answer choices is
a d<c<a<b
b B<D<A<C
C D<C<A<B
D B<A<C<D
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is it B??
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Regina 
Yes, the answer is B.
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