Q: How many ms are in 6.7 seconds?

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0.208 seconds.

MS-67 is the "grade" of a coin. MS=Mint State and Mint state is the highest Grade given to any coin that has been in circulation. The 67 is the actual grade of the coin and the scale goes from MS-60 to MS-70. MS 70 is the absolute best grade for any coin in circulation so your MS-67 is pretty close to perfect circulated condition. There are other grades, but they are lower than MS.

67 x 365 x 24 x 60 x 60 = 2112912000

1000 millisecods = 1 second so 50,000,000 ms = 50,000,000/1,000 seconds = 50,000 seconds.

1000 milliseconds = 1 second so 3000 ms = 3000/1000 seconds = 3 seconds. Simple!

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MS-67 is the "grade" of a coin. MS=Mint State and Mint state is the highest Grade given to any coin that has been in circulation. The 67 is the actual grade of the coin and the scale goes from MS-60 to MS-70. MS 70 is the absolute best grade for any coin in circulation so your MS-67 is pretty close to perfect circulated condition. There are other grades, but they are lower than MS.

60 seconds in a minute. 1000 ms in a second. 60.000 ms in 6 min. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I would like to know who said this... oh well... 1 minute = 60 seconds 1 second = 1000 ms 6 minutes = 360 seconds 360 seconds = 360 000 ms I dont think I can make this simpler . so 6 minute has 360.000 ms and not 60.000 ms...

587322 days or 35239320 minutes or 2114359200 seconds

67 x 365 x 24 x 60 x 60 = 2112912000

1000 millisecods = 1 second so 50,000,000 ms = 50,000,000/1,000 seconds = 50,000 seconds.