1,000,000,000,000 = 1 billion
1,000 divided by 1 billion = 1,000,000,000 / 60 / 60 / 24 / 365 = 31.71 years
the above answer is wrong
there are 31 years in a billion seconds if you take 1000 times by 60 for a min thats 60,000 dollarstimes by 60 for an hour thats $3,600,000 times by 24 which is $86,400,000 a day so it would take a little over 11.3225 days to spend said 1 billion at a thousand a seconds
A billion seconds!!16 666 666.7 Minutes
its over 3 billion dollars
about 1.7 billion dollars a year
Russia is the second country in the world to spend the most money on space exploration, they follow behind the United States who has a 17. 7 billion dollar budget. Russia's yearly budget is 5. 6 billion dollars.
American consumers spend 5.4 billion dollars on sports beverages each year. They also spend 73.9 billion dollars on soft drinks (soda).
the US spend 140 billion Dollars on the Vietnam war
27 billion dollars .
4 billion dollars!
They altogether spend 7 billion. 100 dollars a year for each teen
134 billion dollars
Over 2 billion dollars ever year!
about 400 billion dollars
7.7 billion dollars a year
4 billion dollars a minute
You could spend a fraction of a penny every second and spend a trillion dollars over a very long time. However to spend a trillion dollars in a certain amount of time it's $(1000000000 / Months * 2678400) per second. So over 5 months it would be about $76.67 per second.
you could spend a billion dollars in a day if you really wanted to. Just order everything your heart desires. But if your talking about 66,666 years spending the average low income of 15,000 a year.
In America students spend 5.5 billion dollars (and climbing). A high percentage are College Students.
Fifty thousand days or roughly 137 years.
A trillion divide by 1000 = a billion - that is, a billion days. That's over 5 million years.
37 billion or 63 dollars a person , its 37 billion to much
In 2007, American spent 16.2 billion (yes Billion) dollars on pet food. $16,200,000,000.00
There is an estimated five to ten billion dollars spent on animals testing yearly in Canada. In the U.S. the average is higher at nearly sixteen billion dollars.
Appoximately 38 billion dollars. About 35,000 per prisoner.