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Answered 2010-12-02 23:32:15

(1 trillion) / (1,000) = 1 billion seconds = 31.7 years(rounded)

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You could spend a fraction of a penny every second and spend a trillion dollars over a very long time. However to spend a trillion dollars in a certain amount of time it's $(1000000000 / Months * 2678400) per second. So over 5 months it would be about $76.67 per second.

There are 31,536,000 seconds in a year, so if you spend a thousand dollars per second, you would be spending 31, 536,000,000 dollars per year. So, if I divide a trillion by 31,536,000,000 the result is 31.7 years.

1000 trillion dollars is bigger than 999 trillion dollars. 1,000 trillion is also called one quadrillion.

If you mean 1,000,000,000,000 US dollars end to end, then a trillion dollars would reach 6,410,000,000 inches, or 511,666,666,666 feet.

It would take you roughly 2739 years to spend one trillion dollars at that rate.

like this $1,000,000,000,000.00

If using $1,000.00 bill, one million would be 4 inches. A trillion would be about 63 miles.

If there were any one trillion dollar notes, then 50 of them would be worth 50 trillion dollars.

A trillion dollars at a million [a] minute will take a billion minutes = 1901.3 years (approx).

Mega-Trillions of dollars.100 trillion X 100 trillion X 100 trillion should do it.

A trillion dollars USD (1 x 10^12 dollars), in a stack with $233 to the inch, would reach a height of more than 67,000 miles (67,737 miles).

it would cost 1.3 trillion dollars

A trillion divide by 1000 = a billion - that is, a billion days. That's over 5 million years.

I think it would be worth a million dollars.

A trillion dollars in one dollar bills would way about 1.1 million tons, or 2.2 billion pounds. If you were using 100 dollar bills it would way about 11 thousands tons

$1.5 Trillion dollars. $1.5 Trillion dollars.

The currency is $ therefore A trillion means a million million. 1,000,000,000,000 A billion means a thousand million. 1,000,000,000 It would therefore take 1,000 days.

Using the American / modern British number definitions it would take:1012 / 103 = 109 seconds (1 billion seconds.)

a trillion is a million times a million, therefore it would be a million seconds. Divide this by 3600 (seconds in an hour) and you will get 277.77 hours. divide that by 24 and you will have 11.574 days i.e. 11 days, 13 hours, 46 minutes, and 34 seconds.

1000 billion dollars!!!!\ woah dog! ============================================================== Here are some other perspectives on 1 trillion dollars: Consider that light travels at about 186,000 miles per second. This time is called a light-second and is often used in astrophysical discussions. A light-second is also about 983,571,056 feet (that's how many feet are in 186,000 miles). This is almost 1 billion. Now, since a dollar bill is 6 inches long, there are almost 2 billion 1 dollar bills in a stretch that covers 186,000 miles - and it would take light 1 second to travel the length of 2 billion dollar bills. Now consider the distance from the earth to the sun - average is about 93,000,000 miles. Converting this to feet, and accounting that it takes 2 dollar bills to make a foot, we find that it takes 982,080,000,000 dollar bills to go from here to the sun - end-to-end. This is almost (within 1.8%) 1 trillion dollars. If we actually stretched the 1 trillion dollars from here to the sun, it would take light 8 minutes and 20 seconds to go from one end to the other. That's what a trillion dollars is.

It wouldn't exist as the gravitational attraction would tear the planet apart.

It would take one thousand days to pay off 1 billion dollars at 1 million dollars per day. It would take one thousand days to pay off 1 trillion dollars at 1 billion dollars per day. Therefore, it would take 1000 x 1000 days, or 1 million days to pay off 1 trillion dollars at 1 million dollars per day. This is roughly equal to 2,740 years. That is assuming there is no interest on the principal.

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