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## Why is the last digit of n5 equal to the last digit of N?

The fundamental reason for this, as everybody has noted, is due to rules of modular arithmetic. Note, the last digit of n5 can only be affected by the last digit of n. That is, the 1s digit of any power of n will only be affected by the ones digit of n, and not the 10s, 100s, or any other digit.

## What is the last digit of 5?

Answer: the last digit of 5 to the power of 2020 is 25 because 5^6=78125 you will observe that any number will have 25 as the last two digits. And the pattern will repeat till 5^100. Hence the last two digit will be 25.

**What is the final digit of a positive integer power of 5?**

If you raise any integer to the fifth power, its last digit doesn’t change. For example, 25 = 32. It’s easy to prove this assertion by brute force. Since the last digit of bn only depends on the last digit of b, it’s enough to verify that the statement above holds for 0, 1, 2, …, 9.

**What are the possibilities for the last digit of N 4?**

The last digit of a fourth power in decimal can only be 0 (in fact 0000), 1, 5 (in fact 0625), or 6. Every positive integer can be expressed as the sum of at most 19 fourth powers; every integer larger than 13792 can be expressed as the sum of at most 16 fourth powers (see Waring’s problem).

### What is the last digit of 5 Power 100 answer?

Answer: it will always have 5 at its unit digit untill the power is negative or zero….

### Do all 5 powers end in 5?

In other words, every positive power of five ends in 5.

**What is the last digit of 5 power 100?**

**How do you find the last digit of a product?**

Process to calculate last two digits of a product: Units digit of A x B is given by the units digit in the product of b and d. If the product of b and d results in more than 1 digit, the excess digit will be carried over to the left. i.e in 1439 x 2786, multiply 9 and 6 which gives 54.

#### What is 2 the power of 5?

32

Answer: 2 to the power 5 can be expressed as 25 = 2 × 2 × 2 × 2 × 2 = 32.

#### Is N^5 – N = N(N 4 – 1) even?

Therefore we can observe from the above cases that, n^5 and n will always have the same last digit. The claim is clearly equivalent to the claim that n 5 − n is divisible by 10. By Fermat’s little theorem, n 5 − n is divisible by 5. n 5 − n = n ( n 4 − 1) is even because if n is odd, then n 4 − 1 is even.

**How to prove that N5 – n is divisible by 10?**

Alternatively, you could prove that n 5 − n is divisible by 10 by induction. If n = 0, it is obviously true. is divisible by 10.

**Why is the last digit of 5 different For every number?**

The fundamental reason for this, as everybody has noted, is due to rules of modular arithmetic. Note, the last digit of n 5 can only be affected by the last digit of n.

## What does $K^5 – K = 5N$ mean?

1 $\\begingroup$I understand the base case where it states $k^5 – k = 5n$, which holds true. Expanding $(k+1)^5$ shows that it also is a multiple of 5 which is visible by factoring ($k^5 – 5)–a multiple of 5.