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Q: How many 100 years are there in 4.6 billion years?

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46 million km = 46 billion meters

The region visible from Earth (the observable universe) is a sphere with a radius of about 46 billion light years.

46 goes into 100 twice with a remainder of eight

1,451,618,596 seconds in 46 years.

At furthest reach of the Universe about 46 billion light years away.

There are 100 centimetres in one metre. Therefore, 46 centimetres is equal to 46/100 = 0.46 metres.

46 is 100 times greater than 0.46 because 100*0.46 = 46

Check your math and your answer....one billion divided by 31,536000 = 31.7 years, not 31 thousand years. It is actually 31 years, 259 days, 1 hour, 46 minutes and 40 seconds 1 Billion seconds equal 1 billion divided by the number of seconds in a year (31,536,000) equals 31,709.79 years. So just about 32 thousand years

That is not known. The observable Universe has a radius of 46 billion light-years; it is believed that the entire Universe is, at the very least, several times this size.

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147.2 billion.

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46 years

46*12=552

46/100 is greater than 45/100

54 goes into 100 once with a remainder of 46.

100 - 46 = 54

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(46/46)x100 = 100

~46 billion trillion.

The observable Universe has a radius of about 46 billion light-years; that would be a diameter of 92 billion light-years. The entire Universe is likely much bigger, but it isn't know how much bigger.

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the sum of 54 and 46 is equal to 100 54 + 46 = 100