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It cannot end with zero.
here ,the number is 12^n.where n is called natural number.
Now , if 12^n is to end with zero,it should have 2 and also 5 in its prime factors to end with zero.it needs at least a single multiple of 5 or any number  in its prime factors.so 12^n cannot end with zero for any natural number
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