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# How many days take up 1 trillion seconds?

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1 trillion seconds / 60 seconds/minute / 60 minutes/hour / 24 hours/day = 11574074 days should be about 31,710 years

11574074.074074072 DAYS or..... 1653439.1534391534 WEEKS 31709.791983764586 YEARS (about 31 Thousand, 710 years)

(6.02 &times; 1023) &divide; 1 trillion (1 &times; 1012) = 6.02 &times; 1011 seconds6.02 &times; 1011 seconds &divide; 60 seconds &divide; 60 min &divide; 24 hours &divide; 365 days = 19,089 yearsNot worth the effort.

31688 years, 32 days, 1 hour, 46 minutes, and 40 seconds

A trillion is a million million, so it would take one million days at \$1 million a day to spend a trillion. One million days is about 2737.85 years .

10 million seconds is about 115 and 3/4 days.

It only takes me about 60 seconds to pee.

It takes about 11,574.1 days for one billion seconds to elapse. This is equal to 31. 7 years based on the fact that a single day has 86,400 seconds.

A trillion seconds.1 day = 86400 seconds.Assuming 365.25 days in a year (it's actually slightly less), then 1 year = 31557600 seconds.In those countries that use the long scale (based on powers of a million) like Europe:1 trillion seconds = (106)3 seconds = 1018 seconds = 1018 &divide; (3.15576 x 107) years&asymp; 3.1688 x 1010 yearsor approx 311/2 thousand million years.In those countries that use the short scale (based on powers of a thousand plus one) like USA:1 trillion seconds = (103)3+1 seconds = 1012 seconds = 1012 &divide; (3.15576 x 107) years&asymp; 31,688 yearsor approx 311/2 thousand years.

Time = Distance/Speed = 1.18 trillion seconds = 37,400 years, approx.

One billion seconds is a little more than 11,574 days, which is about 31 years, 8 months and 1 week.

It only takes 10 seconds for a buck and doe to complete the breeding, not days.

Not days, just about 17 hours, 14 minutes, 24 seconds.

it takes 1,000,000 (one million) millions to make a trillion

It takes the Earth 365 days, 6 hours, and 7 seconds, to circle the sun. Or one sidereal year.

It is quite simple. If it takes 11.57 days for 1 million seconds to pass, then it is just that number multiplied by 1000, which would be 11,570 days. (Which divided by 365 is 31 years and a little over 8 months.) So if this fact is correct that 1 million seconds is 11.57 days, then I conclude that: 1 billion seconds = 31.7 years!

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