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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.
A trillion divide by 1000 = a billion - that is, a billion days. That's over 5 million years.
One billion and trillion and billion and trillion and billon and trillion and billion and trillion a year and no am not exangerating.
A trillion dollars at a million [a] minute will take a billion minutes = 1901.3 years (approx).
3 billion dollars a day. 3 billion was true back in the year 1963. Specifically for 2011, the projected spending is $10.46 Billion per day. This is based on the projection of Federal Spending of $3.818 Trillion for the year. Ref: http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/budget/Historicals
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.
If you don't want to answer the question just say so. What is Obama spending the trillions of dollars on. National defense, Afgan war etc
you could spend a billion dollars in a day if you really wanted to. Just order everything your heart desires. But if your talking about 66,666 years spending the average low income of 15,000 a year.
It would take you roughly 2739 years to spend one trillion dollars at that rate.
2010 Federal Budget had the gov't spending $3.552 trillion dollars. There are 8765 hours in a year:$3.552 trillion / 8,765 hours = $405,210,571 per hour
Well Warren Buffet said this year in his yearly letter to his stock holders that when he bought a company and sold it for a 4.8 billion dollar profit. He was taxed 1.2 billion dollars of which he stated had paid for every thing that the government needs to pay for social security, defense every thing for well about 4 hours. that means the government is spending 300 million dollars an hour a relative 7.2 billion dollars a day. That's a hell of a lot of money. Specifically for 2011, the projected spending is $10.46 Billion per day. This is based on the projection of Federal Spending of $3.818 Trillion for the year. See the link below.
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.
Well now, that would depend on what you were spending the billion dollars on. If you were to buy a billion dollar slice of pizza, you could spend it in a matter of minutes. On the other hand, if you were buying a one dollar ball point pen, one pen at a time, why, it could take quite a while. Get the point?
There is no evidence that he will. It should also be noted that he did not spend 32 trillion dollars (nor anything close to it) during his first four years; federal spending varied, but it was closer to 3 trillion. In fact, a 2011 MarketWatch Report noted that "...spending under Mr. Obama (including the stimulus) has grown by about 1.4 percent a year, compared to 7.3 percent in George W. Bush's first term." I enclose a link to the complete report, showing spending under previous presidents compared to spending under President Obama.
23 trillion dollars
Using the American / modern British number definitions it would take:1012 / 103 = 109 seconds (1 billion seconds.)
Approximately 486 billion dollars. It makes up 21% of federal spending with only Medicare and Medicaid receiving more money.
According to http://www.cwc.lsu.edu/cwc/other/stats/warcost.htm, WW 2 cost $2091.3 billion in 1990's dollars.AnswerAccording to President Truman's address to Congress in 1948 (in part about the emerging Greek Crisis), he stated that the US had contributed about $341 Billion to World War 2. Assuming he mean 1945 dollars, that works out to be about $4.1 TRILLION in 2009 dollars.Reasonable estimates are that the US spent about 20% of the total of all countries in WW2. That would mean that the total spending for all countries in WW2 was about $20 Trillion 2009 dollars. As a comparison, the current total global economy is about $58 Trillion, and global defense spending in 2009 is about $1.6 Trillion.So, roughly speaking, we would have to spend about 2.5 times as much to equal the spending during WW2. However, note that the world economy is significantly larger today than during the 1940s, and not just in dollar amounts. So, actual relative spending in WW2 was more likely in the 8-10 times range than current.
A billion seconds!!16 666 666.7 Minutes
In 2006, US health care spending was $7,026. This expenditure was an increase of 6.7 percent from the prior year for a price tag of $2.1 trillion dollars.
about 1.7 billion dollars a year
its over 3 billion dollars
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 .
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Nothing, because "defence" isn't a word. They do, however spend about $30million a year on defense. - This isn't true. India spends around 30 billion us dollars every year according to the recent budget. Though the actual spending is gonna be much more. By 2013 the spending is expected to be more than that of the UK that currently spends around 65 billion dollars. By 2022 the defense expenditure is expected to be a whopping 200 billion dollars.