Answer: No it is not end with zero to check We know that whenever the prime factorisation contains 2 X 5 means ten then the end of that no. will be zero But 6 is written as 2 X 3 2 is here but 5 is missing that’s why it is not end with zero For better explanation you can check example 5 of NCERT Reply

Answer:No it is not end with zero

to check

We know that whenever the prime factorisation contains 2 X 5 means ten then the end of that no. will be zero

But 6 is written as 2 X 3

2 is here but 5 is missing that’s why it is not end with zero

For better explanation you can check example 5 of NCERT