Those are really measures of time, not of "fastness" or speed.But if something takes less time, you can say that it occurs faster - in this case, 1 microsecond is less time, and therefore faster.
10 nanosecond is faster than 100 nanosecond, just as 1 hour is faster than 10 hours.
It is one millisecond ;)
A millisecond (from milli- and second; symbol: ms) is a thousandth (10−3 or 1/1,000) of a second. 10 milliseconds (a hundredth of a second) are called a centisecond, commonly seen on many stopwatches but often mistakenly referred to as milliseconds.-Wikipedia
There are 0.001 milliseconds in a mircrosecond. A millisecond is one one thousandth of a second or .001 seconds. a microsecond is one one millionth of a second or .000001 seconds. A better question would be the opposite. How many microseconds are there in a millisecond? That would be a 1000.
Your 65 milliseconds is 65 thousandths of a second, or 0.065 seconds, or 65/1000 seconds. One 20th (1/20th) of a second is 0.050 seconds, so this is a bit longer. A millisecond is one one thousandth (1/1000th) of a second.
1 millisecond = 1,000,000 nanoseconds (1 million) 1 nanosecond = 0.000001 millisecond (1 millionth)
There is a yoctosecond in a MKS (metric system) 1000 yoctoseconds - 1 zeptosecond 1000 zeptoseconds = 1 attosecond 1000 attoseconds = 1 femtosecond 1000 femtoseconds = 1 picosecond 1000 picoseconds = 1 nanosecond 1000 nanoseconds = 1 microsecond 1000 microseconds = 1 millisecond 1000 milliseconds = 1 second 1,000,000,000,000,000 yoctoseconds in a nanosecond
The millisecond is a unit of time, not a unit of speed.100 milliseconds is 100 times longer than one millisecond.
1 microsecond equals 0.001 milliseconds
1 millisecond = 1,000 microseconds = 1,000,000 nanoseconds 10 milliseconds = 10,000,000 nanoseconds (10 million) = 107
1 millisecond = 1 million nanoseconds 1 nanosecond = 0.000001 millisecond
A microsecond is faster by a factor of 1000. It takes 1000 microseconds to make 1 millisecond, and it takes 1000 milliseconds to make 1 second.
1 millisecond = 1 kilosecond X 10 (-6) A.K.A. move the decimal place to the left 6 times for converting from a millisecond to a kilisecond.
A millisecond is defined as 1/1,000th of a second. Therefore there is 1/1000th of a second in a millisecond.
1000 milliseconds = 1 second so am milliseconds = am/1000. Simple!
1 second = 1,000 milliseconds 1 millisecond = 0.001 second 0.014 second = 14 milliseconds
1 millisecond = 1/1000 seconds. To convert a value in milliseconds to seconds, divide by 1000.
exactly 1000 milliseconds are in 1 second