factorial math problem help!

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How many consecutive zeroes are there at the end of 100! (100 factorial). For example, 12! - 479,001,600 has two consecutive zeroes at the end.

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Solution:
100! = product of 100 and all integers below it up to 1, that is from the number ...

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