They canbe plugged into the same switch as that 8 bit mask makesit one flat network. Adjust the subnet mask to create multiple networks from the 10.x.x.x subnet. Remember teh subnet mask tells which part is network and which is host, 8 bits mean the last 3 octets are all host.
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They can be plugged into the same switch, but hosts will not be able to (by default) communicate with hosts on the other subnet w/o a router.
With the topology you are using, you will also need to configure VLAN's on the switch and subinterfaces on the router so the two subnets you have created can communicate. Assign the ports on the switch that are connected to the PC's to one of the VLAN's each. Then create subinterfaces on the router that correspond to the VLAN's you created.
If you need help with the commands for this, checking out Cisco documentation will help.
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