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Q: How many years does it take for one billion seconds to elapse?

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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.

i think 31 years or more. I had that question on my HW and i was looking it up. So im not sure if im right. But hope this helped!

There are 432339120000000000 seconds in 13.7 billion years.

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.

10 billion years is about 3.1556926 x 1017 seconds.

300 billion seconds is about 9,506.4 years.

There are 31,540,000,000,000,000 (31 quadrillion, 540 trillion) seconds in 1 billion years.

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!

2,000,000,000/(365.25*24*60*60)=63.37 years

1,000,000,000 seconds or 31.688 years

1.07 billion

158.44 years.

About 3,168.8 years.

15 trillion 211 billion seconds equates to 482,018 years.

About 4.7335389 x 1017 seconds.

4.41796964 x 1017 seconds.

31.688 years.

There are 3.16x1017 seconds in 10 billion years. This is 3,600 seconds per hour x 24 hours per day x 365.25 days per year x 10,000,000,000 years.

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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

Approx 44.4 years.

approximately 5 billion years.

76.1035 years.

About 320 trillion years.

5 billion x 365.25 x 24 x 60 x 60 seconds