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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:

= 1018 ÷ (3.15576 x 107) years

≈ 3.1688 x 1010 years

or approx 311/2 thousand million years.

- In those countries that use the short scale (based on powers of a thousand plus one) like USA:

= 1012 ÷ (3.15576 x 107) years

≈ 31,688 years

or approx 311/2 thousand years.

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