7th grade, math
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If a number ends in zeros, the zeros are called terminal zeros. For example, 520000 has four terminal zeros, but 502,000 has just three terminal zeros. Let N equal the product of all natural numbers from 1 through 20: N=1x2x3x4x...x20.
How many terminal zeros will N have when it is written in standard form?
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