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Yep too easy
in order to end with zero it needs to have prime factor 5
but for 14^n we get as (2*7)n that in 2^n and 7^n
in this case its not possible for any natural no n to end 14^n with zero
thus we can say that 14^n cannot end from digit zero for any natiral number n
Hope this is helpful to you
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