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16 years = 504,910,816 seconds.


It's 16 minutes and 40 seconds.




16 hours has 57,600 seconds.


16 weeks = 9,676,800 seconds.


A minimum of 504,576,000 seconds but it depends on the time of day you were born and how many leap years you have lived through.


There are 60 seconds in a min. Therefore 16 mins will have 16*60 seconds in it ..... I will let you do the multiplication.


There are 3 years, 51 days, 16 hours, 19 minutes, and 12 seconds in pi years.




16 and 2/3 16 minutes, 40 seconds.



12% of 14 trillion = 1.68 trillion 16% of 10 trillion = 1.6 trillion So the first is larger by 0.08 trillion or 80 billion.


Well, you figure that there is, roughly, 326 million trillion gallons on the Earth. There are 16 cups in one gallon. So... 16*326 million trillion = 5792 million trillion or 5.792 billion trillion cups. Or 5,792,000,000,000,000,000,000 in number form.


16 minuets and 40 seconds



1.6 × 101316 trillion = 1.6*10^13


72,000 trillion = 7.2e+16 or 7.2 x 10^16



There are 1000 milliseconds in one second. Therefore, 16 milliseconds is equal to 16/1000 = 0.016 seconds.


16 seconds = 1/225 hour = 0.00444... (the 4s continue forever)1 hour = 3,600 seconds


Multiply the number of years by 365 (days per year) to convert that to days. Then multiply by 24 (hours/day) x 60 (minutes/hour) x 60 (seconds/minute) to get the number of seconds.


One hour is equal to 60 x 60 = 3600 seconds. Therefore, 16 hours is equal to 16 x 3600 = 57600 seconds.


29236 seconds is equal to 29236/60 = 487 minutes 16 seconds. There are 60 minutes in one hour. Therefore, 487 minutes 16 seconds is equal to 8 hours 7 minutes 16 seconds.



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