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A group of 10 people is choosing a chairperson and vice-chairperson. They put all 10 people's names into a hat. The first name drawn becomes chair. The second name drawn becomes vice-chair. How many possible combinations of chair and vice-chair are there?

19

90

100

10! (10 factorial)

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