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One billion seconds is a little more than 11,574 days, which is about 31 years, 8 months and 1 week.

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1000000000 seconds is 11574.07407 days, or 1653.439153 weeks, or 31.70979197 years.

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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!

31.688 years.

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1 billion seconds 16666666.67 minutes 277777.7778 hours 11574.07407 days

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.

1 billion seconds?

11,574,074.1 days.

100 billion

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.

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