# Math

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What powers of two prime numbers will give a product of 1000...000(this sign --> { below the 1000...000 and below this { telling 2012 zeros )

Please show your solution and how you did it. Thank you so much.

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I find your explanation obscure, but if you mean a "1" followed by 2012 zeroes, then

you have 10^2012 = 2^2012 * 5^2012

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