it would tke half a second sorter than 1 million and 1 steps
It would take about 16.666... minutes because about 2000 steps are in a mile.
It would take approximately a second of time.
It will depend on how fast each steps I take.
That would have to depend on how you're going to take those steps, how big your feet are, how long your legs are, and, if applicable, how long your stride is.
The number of miles that would be covered in two thousand steps would depend on the distance of the stride of the individual. Supposing one took steps of about one foot in distance, they would travel approximately .4 miles. If they were to take steps 1.5 feet long, then they would cover about .6 miles. If their stride was two feet long, they would walk .8 miles in two thousand steps. If one wanted to walk a whole mile in two thousand steps, they would need to take steps that are approximately 2.64 feet long.
About 2,000 steps. If you're taking approximately a 2.5 foot long step which an average person takes. It would be closer to 3000 steps if your steps were closer to 1foot long steps
It would take about three days.
It would take about 3.2 years.
Take one step. Now, measure how long that step was in inches. Take that figure and divide it into (4* 5280 * 12). That will equal how many steps it would take for 4 miles.
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if you're traveling at 10,000,000/second, it would take only 1 second
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Give an example on the steps you would take to take care of an angry customer
It will take promixitly 3.1 baby steps
If you could average one a second (without sleeping) it would take about 12 days.
Depends how quickly (or slowly) you walk
you count one dollar a second so it would probably take you about 31 and a half years.
If he is using his true speed, it would take just a few second.
At a pace of 10m/sec it would take him 50 seconds.
It would take less than one second to cross the border