Yes, that's correct.
Whenever you are asked for the trailing zeros of a given integer, just find the total number of 2-5 pairs.
So total trailing zeros of 43! is 9 for example:
40*...*35*...*30*..*25*...*20*...*15*..*10*..*5 they have 9 fives (25 has 2) so there are 9 zeros.
Most of the times it's all about counting the 5s because the number of 2s will be greater
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