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No. Not if the numbers are to be used only once.

There is only one 5 (or a multiple of 5) in the numbers available. Using times and divide cannot produce any more of them. On the other hand 100 is divisible by 5*5 so at least two fives are required.

If the numbers can be used more than once then 2*2*5*5 is one possible solution.

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