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.
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!
If you counted one number every second between now, December 19, 2009 at 17:06:13, and one billion seconds time, you would reach one billion in 11574 days, 1 hour, 46 minutes, 40 seconds, reaching your target on Tuesday, August 27, 2041 at 18:52:53.
No one can answer this because Google is almost an infinate number. It take more than a billion, million years! Who ever looks this up is kinda a loser.
1 billion seconds?
it would take a billion seconds if you're counting 1 number per second. That is 31 years, 259 days, 1 hour, 46 minutes, and 39 seconds. In other words if you want to count, you better start now!
10 million seconds is about 115 and 3/4 days.
2 billion seconds
27.32 days (rounded) = 2,360,000 seconds (rounded)
4.5 billion seconds.
10000 billion years
No doubt about it, it will take a very long time. 1 day has 86,400 seconds, and if you divide 1,000,000 by 86,400, then you'll get how much time it'll take to count 1 million seconds, which is about 11 days. If you want to get 1 billion, then you times 11 by 1,000 (because 1,000,000,000 is 1,000 times bigger than 1,000,000), and the result of this is... 11574 days, or... 1653 weeks, or... 31 years.
1 billion seconds 16666666.67 minutes 277777.7778 hours 11574.07407 days
Assuming it takes about 1 second to count each dollar, it would take one billion seconds, or about 31 years and 8 months.
It would take about 31 years eight months for a billion seconds to pass. One day has 24 hours, 60 minutes, and 60 seconds, which total 86,400 seconds, and there are an average of 365.25 days in one year (counting leap year's extra day every four years), so the average year has 31,557,600 seconds. 1000000000 sec/31557600 sec = 31.688 years
1 billion years
It only takes me about 60 seconds to pee.
If you counted one number, once every second, nonstop, up to one billion, it'd take you one billion seconds, or:(1,000,000,000 / 60) = 16,666,666.67 minutes;(minutes / 60) = 277,777.78 hours;(hours / 24) = 11,574.074 days;(days / 365) = 31.7098 years.It would take 31 years, 259 days, 1 hour, 46 minutes, and 40 seconds.If you stop to eat and sleep it will take 95 years.