If you multiply together the number of fingers on one person’s right hand to another person’s to another person’s till you get the product of the fingers on the right hands of everyone in the world, what is the most likely product?

For instance, one person has 5 fingers, and his friend has 5 fingers. The product is 25. Another person with 5 fingers would make the product 125. This goes on till everyone’s finger number is multiplied.

What’s the answer?

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No, keep trying.

There are a few people who have no fingers in their right hand (unfortunately) and therefore the product would be zero.

Yes Anant, you are correct.

As soon as you reached the first person with zero fingers, your result would end up zero no matter how many people followed.

You are today’s winner.