Given a number n. The task is to find the smallest number whose factorial contains at least n trailing zeroes.
Input : n = 1 Output : 5 1!, 2!, 3!, 4! does not contain trailing zero. 5! = 120, which contains one trailing zero. Input : n = 6 Output : 25
In the article for Count trailing zeroes in factorial of a number, we have discussed number of zeroes is equal to number of 5’s in prime factors of x!. We have discussed below formula to count number of 5’s.
Trailing 0s in x! = Count of 5s in prime factors of x! = floor(x/5) + floor(x/25) + floor(x/125) + ....
Let us take few examples to observe pattern
5! has 1 trailing zeroes [All numbers from 6 to 9 have 1 trailing zero] 10! has 2 trailing zeroes [All numbers from 11 to 14 have 2 trailing zeroes] 15! to 19! have 3 trailing zeroes 20! to 24! have 4 trailing zeroes 25! to 29! have 6 trailing zeroes
We can notice that, the minimum value whose factorial contain n trailing zeroes is 5*n.
So, to find minimum value whose factorial contains n trailing zeroes, use binary search on range from 0 to 5*n. And, find the smallest number whose factorial contains n trailing zeroes.
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