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Answer to a math question 10! - 8! =

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$10 \times 9 \times 8 !-8 !$
$90 \times 8 !-8 !$
$89 \times 8 !$
$89 \times 40320$
$\begin{align*}&3588480 \\&3.58848 \times {10}^{6}\end{align*}$

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