# SAT/ACT problem of the week, October 06, 2016

An integer $latex x$ has $latex n$ zeros at the end if and only if it is divisible by $latex 10^n$. For example, 12,500,000 is divisible by $latex 10^5$ but not by $latex 10^6$.

How many zeros are at the end of $latex 1 \times 2 \times 3 \times \cdots \times 100$?

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