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97,464 working from 18-65 an average 8 hour day 5 days a week
I have read that the average person sleeps 25 years in their lifetime.
15 min per day (hygiene) 15 min per day (facilities) 30 min per day total 210 min per week 10920 min per year // 182 hrs // 7.58 days A… person lives to be 75 yrs old // 819000 mins// 13650 weeks// 568.75 days // A year and 1/2 15 min per day (hygiene) 15 min per day (facilities) 30 min per day total 210 min per week 10920 min per year // 182 hrs // 7.58 days A person lives to be 75 yrs old // 819000 mins// 13650 weeks// 568.75 days // A year and 1/2
it was in the London times that the average person spends 6 years and ten months eating in his or her 70 year life time.
It can vary. It depends on: how long you liveyour lifestylethe weatherif you have kidsif you have lots of windowsif you care that you have lots of windowsif you live in a nudi…st colony An estimate:If the only time you spend naked is when you're in the shower or getting dressed, if you live to be 80 years old you will probably spend about 10,600 hours or roughly 1 year and 2 months naked. (This includes baths as a kid, too.)
Approximately four years. Do the math: Average 10 minutes a day x 7 days in a week x 365 days in a year x 80 years / 60 (…convert to hours) / 24 (days) Above math is false: Cameron calculated the average time in a week being 70 minutes and multiplied it by the number of days there are in a year, thusly creating a timeframe 7 times too big. Cba to correct.
Too much to count, sadly.
13-18 5 mins 19-29 8 mins 30-39 2 mins 40-.... 1min or less
1/2 years or more. If you have bladder issues could be up to 4 years.
Maybe two hours a week, with travel, could be spent going to church on regular Sundays. That would be 104 hours. Multiply that for the number of years you are actively goi…ng to church. For 30 years on this schedule, you would be going to church for 3,120 hours. Then, you could add Christmas and Easter to those hours.