Zeros at the End of 600!
Find the number of zeros on the right end of \( 600! \).
The number of zeros at the right end of an integer refers to the maximum number of consecutive zeros, starting from the units digit. For example, the number of zeros at the right end of 1000100 is 2.
Note: \(600!\) (read as 600 factorial) is equal to \( 600 \times 599 \times 598 \times \ldots \times 5 \times 4 \times 3 \times 2 \times 1 \).