Too noisy to live in/there

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rcjm

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Spanish
Hi, everyone:
I sometimes find structures with a TO INFINITIVE tricky, especially When deciding whether It should be followed by a preposition or not:

a) We decided not to rent the house because it would be too noisy to live IN.

b) We decided not to rent the house because the place would be too noisy to live IN.

c) We decided not to rent the house because it would be too noisy to live THERE.
I think every one of them is correct, but could the italized IN or THERE be left out?
 
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