millisecond (1/1000 of a second) is longer than a microsecond (1/100000 0f a second)
1 microsecond equals 0.001 milliseconds
1000 microseconds = 1 millisecond
microsecond is smaller than millisecond
A microsecond as there are 1000 microseconds in a millisecond
A microsecond is longer than a nanosecond.
NO! A microsecond is one one-thousandth (1/1000) of a millisecond
There are 1,000 microseconds in one millisecond.
It is 999 times larger (1000 times as large).
1 millisecond = 1,000 microsecond.
A microsecond, which is 1,000 times smaller than a millisecond. A nanosecond, which is one-millionth of a millisecond (one-billionth of a second). A picosecond, which is one-billionth of a millisecond (one-trillionth of a second). This is also the shortest period of time that is currently accurately measurable.
It is not. In fact, a second is 1000 times longer than a millisecond.
0.00001 second or 0.01 millisecond or 10 microsecond, etc.
A microsecond is faster by a factor of 1000. It takes 1000 microseconds to make 1 millisecond, and it takes 1000 milliseconds to make 1 second.
There are 0.001 milliseconds in a mircrosecond. A millisecond is one one thousandth of a second or .001 seconds. a microsecond is one one millionth of a second or .000001 seconds. A better question would be the opposite. How many microseconds are there in a millisecond? That would be a 1000.
it is Millisecond(One thousandth of a second) Microsecond(One millionth of a second) Nanosecond(One billionth of a second) Picosecond(One trillionth of a second)
Units of time widely used in Physics and other branches of science and engineering include: -- millisecond -- microsecond -- nanosecond -- picosecond -- femtosecond -- yoctosecond
Time intervals longer than a second include the minute, hour, day, week, and year. Time intervals shorter than a second include the millisecond, microsecond, and nanosecond. Technically, the second is a metric unit. So, you can add any metric prefix to the second to increase or decrease the amount of time the unit represents.
There are 1000 microseconds in 1 millisecond, or 0.001 milliseconds equals 1 microsecond.
A microsecond is smaller than one second.
A nanosecond is shorter than a microsecond. There are one thousand nanoseconds in a microsecond.