1 billion is less than 100 billion.
Yes. You have lived 1million seconds by the time you are 12. You've lived more than that, but 1million seconds is included in those 12 years. its also been included in your first couple of weeks, but still the answer is yes.
3.15576x1016 seconds (cannot get more significant figures on my calculator)
It is equal to 1 billion, not more nor less.
It's less. There are 604800 seconds in a week
No. Only slightly more than a third of that
it is less
1 billion is equal to exactly 1 billion, not more nor less.
1 trillion is more than 100 billion.
It is equal to exactly 1.12 billion: no more, no less.
By the uniqueness of numbers, it is equal to 18 billion: no more, no less.
One billion seconds is a little more than 11,574 days, which is about 31 years, 8 months and 1 week.
The duration of More or Less - radio programme - is 1500.0 seconds.
It is less because 8*60 = 480 seconds
1 WEEK = 604800 seconds.
It changes every few seconds, but more than 7 billion.
al little more than 1027 hours
you would wiegh more because the sun is larger and has more of gravitational pull.
The Solar System already lived almost 5 billion years; it may live several billion years more. It is estimated that in less than a billion years, temperatures on Earth will be too hot for most kinds of life; but the Solar System as such will continue existing for quite a while longer.
a little more than 6 billion worldwide.
Most studies place the total number of human beings to have ever lived at 60 billion to 120 billion. That would mean that between 5% and 10% are alive today.
Less attachments! He has more freedom to do as he wishes.
Less space than I expected.