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posted by sean .
The 10th grade raffle sold 127 tickets. If they award 1st and 2nd prize, how many different pairs of winners are possible?
a) 16,129
b) 254
c) 16,002
d) 8,001
the answer i picked was c

correct. 127*126

thanks bobpursley
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