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According to comScore, in October 2009, Americans logged in over 9.6 billion searches. Divide that by 30 (days in a month) and you get 320 zillion searches a day. … Worldwide, there are over 2000000000000 billion searches on Google a day, CNBC just had a special on it, and that was the number they used.
$120000 per hour or $2880000 per day
That is not a number carved in stone. The way to figure it out, is to take your pulse for one full minute (to get as close as possible), and multiply that by 60. That is how m…any are in an hour. Then, multiply that by 24 to find the number of beats for one full day. Now, if you consider that your heart rate slows while you are resting or asleep, it will actually be more than the number of beats per day. Most people are 10-20 bpm slower while resting/asleep. You could do the calculations for those hours you sleep, and then the other for the hours you are awake. If you want to, someone else can take your pulse. Averaging 60-80 bpm x 60 minutes x 24 hours = 100,800 beats per day
This answer from 2013 (posted research date: 1/1/2014) from Statistic Brain is... 5,922,000,000 per day 2,161,530,000,000 per year This is the number …of Google Searches. Source: see statisticbrain related link below. (verified at 12 Jul 2014) The report from 2011 from Statistic Brain reported the following stats: 4,717,000,000 per day 1,722,071,000,000 per year According to search engine watch in 2006: Google has ~ 91 million searches per day or 2,733 million searches per month. (based on search stats for United States only in March 2006) .
It is visited about 300 billion times a day.
300 million logs daily.
almost 10million dollar
more then half the people in the world/loonaticks lol
If your talking water, I drink around 6 glasses a day. Which is 250ml per drink.
10,00000 rupees per day income vivian
Do you mean Google searches? If you mean searches, it varies day to day but on average, Google has hundreds of millions of searches daily. I do not know that Google keeps trac…k of downloads other than those for Droid aps.
Google Earth dynamically draws the map so the scale depends on the screen resolution and the zoom factor. An inch measured on a 15" monitor with 1024x768 pixel resolution woul…d be quite different than an inch on a 40" monitor with 2560x1600 pixel resolution. At the max zoom level Google Earth shows approximately one feet per inch. To display the map scale in Google Earth you select 'Scale Legend' option in the View menu. This will show the scale in feet/miles or meters/km depending on your units preference.