The above picture shows the first six rows of my version of Pascal's Triangle. The basic rules apply, but the first and last term for all \(n^{\text{th}} \) equals to \(n-1\).

Let \(f(n)\) denote the sum of the entries in the row that begins with \(n\).

What is the value of \( \frac {f(100)}{f(50) } \bmod {25} \)?

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