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Whomever is an object pronoun that is used if the pronoun is the subject of the verb. We use it like her/him/them/ whom, but whoever is a subject pronoun that's used as I/he/ she/ they/ who. We use it if it is the object of the verb. 

for examples:

The medal should be given to whomever win the competition

Whoever gets the full mark will win a prize..   

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