Whom/Who

I am writing a paper and I wrote, I think the main reason I tried was because of whom I was with. Should I have written who?

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  1. "whom" is correct.

    Who is used as a subject.
    Whom is used as an object.
    "of" is a preposition... so whom is the object of the preposition.

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