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Age 14 to 16

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If factorial $100$ ($100!$) was rewritten as the product of its prime factors how many $2$s and how many $5$s would there be?

Along the way, confirm how many zeros are at the end of this large number and what the first digit to precede them is.In the Teachers' Resources, Lyndon explains why he likes this problem.