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When k! is written as m*10^n so that the last digit of integer m is not 0, the difference between the number of digits in m and the value of n is 5. If t is the number of possibilities there are the value of the integer k, then t+1=

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05 Oct 2006, 01:43
Is it B.

12! is the only number which satisfies this condition.

ie 12!= mx10^2 and m contains 7 digits. so m-n ie 7-2 =5
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05 Oct 2006, 07:12
cicerone wrote:
Is it B.

12! is the only number which satisfies this condition.

ie 12!= mx10^2 and m contains 7 digits. so m-n ie 7-2 =5

Cicerone - How did you get to 12! so quickly?
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