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Suppose I am talking about the cost of a remodel that is in the six-figure range:
Should it be "in six figures" or "in the six figures"?1. A complete remodel has a cost in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.
2. A complete remodel has a cost in six figures.
3. A complete remodel has a cost in the six figures.
"Has a cost" is not natural.
A complete remodel will cost hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The cost of a complete remodel will be into six figures.
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