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Rajat draws a $10\times10$ grid on the ground such that there are $100$ identical squares numbered $1\:\text{to}\:100$. If he has to place two identical stones on any two separate squares in the grid, how many distinct ways are possible?

  1. $2475$
  2. $4950$
  3. $9900$
  4. $1000$
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