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10 centuries = 10 * 100 years = 1000 years

1000 years * 365 days = 365000 days

365000 days * 24 hours = 8760000 hours

8760000 hours * 60 minutes = 525600000 minutes

525600000 minutes * 60 seconds = 31536000000 seconds

31536000000 seconds * 1000 = 31536000000000 miliseconds

Q: How many miliseconds are in 10 centuries?

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there are 1.08x10^7 miliseconds in 3 hours, or written, 10,800,000 miliseconds.

A decade is 10 years and so 40 times 10 = 400 years which is 4 centuries

400/10 = 40

1000 very simple multiply 100 (that's how many years are in a century) muliply that by 10.

There are 500/10 = 50 decades

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there are 1.08x10^7 miliseconds in 3 hours, or written, 10,800,000 miliseconds.

0.000001 ms

one million

3155760000000 milliseconds.

3,600,000.

There are 1000 milliseconds in one second.

3.1536 e10

One second has 1000 miliseconds and an hour has 3600 seconds so this means that one day has exactly 24*3600*1000 miliseconds and this results in 86.400.000miliseconds/day

10500 miliseconds

10 centuries.

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