How long does a nanosecond last, a millionth of a second or a billionth of a second?A nanosecond lasts a billionth of a second.
A nanosecond is one billionth of a second. In the long form, it is 0.000000001 seconds. As an equation, it is written as 10-9 s.
10 nanosecond is faster than 100 nanosecond, just as 1 hour is faster than 10 hours.
In one nanosecond (ns), light will travel 30.0 cm, about 1 ft. The speed of light (in a vacuum*) = 186,000 miles per second, or 0.000186 miles per nanosecond, around 1 foot/ns. *note: Light travels slower moving through matter.
A nanosecond is shorter than a microsecond. There are one thousand nanoseconds in a microsecond.
A microsecond is longer than a nanosecond.
One billionth of a nanosecond is a second.
1 nanosecond is 1 billionth of a second. i.e. 1 nanosecond = 10−9 seconds.
A nanosecond is longer than a picosecond.
1 nanosecond = 0.0000000001 seconds
The word nanosecond is a noun. The plural form is nanoseconds.
1 light nanosecond = 0.299792458 meter
3.14159265358 moments make up 1 nanosecond
A nanosecond is a billionth of a second and this is how you write it in standard notation 0.00000001
a nanosecond is smaller a millisecond is one thousand times smaller than a second and a nanosecond is one billion times smaller than a second
According to Mavsman110. in the 'How much time does it take light to travel one foot?' post the answer was 1 nanosecond. Based on that you should be able to safely assume that "one nanosecond divided by 12 = you answer" so the answer is:1/12 Of a nanosecond!
Light travels 299.792458 millimeters in 1 nanosecond Here's a handy mnemonic: "1 light-nanosecond = 1 foot" is only about 1.6% off.
No. She was on the committee that wrote the COBOL spec. and invented the "Hopper Nanosecond" a piece of copper wire just under a foot long that illustrates the maximum distance a signal can go in a computer in a nanosecond.
1 nanosecond = 10-9 second = 0.000000001 second = one billionth of a second
A nanosecond is shorter than a millisecond. There are one million nanoseconds in a millisecond.