Answer to Question #2302 in Statistics and Probability for Chuck Tucker

Question #2302
Two interviewers were asked to interview 9 candidates for a prospective Job. They were supposed to independently rank each candidate numerically. (I don't knw if the numer of questions is relevant but for the sake of argument say there were 10 questions) What is the probability of both interviewers ending up with the first 7 out of 9 candidates ranked eaxactly the same in the final ranking of all candidates?
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