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Q: How many seconds in one trillion years?

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one trillion seconds ago it was last year. There are about 31,???,??? seconds in a year any way and 1,000,000,000,000 (1 trillion) is quite a bit bigger than that. It would be last year.

There are approximately thirty one million, four hundred forty nine thousand, 600 seconds in a year. That is 31,449,600. There are 60 seconds in a minute, 3600 seconds in an hour, 86,400 seconds in a day, and 604,800 seconds in a week. There are 52 weeks in a year so, 52 multiplied by 604,8000 is 31,449,600. Except in a leap year like this year when the year is one day shorter. So this year there are 31,363,200. I one hundred years there are approximately 3 billion, one hundred thirty six million, three hundred twenty thousand seconds. That is 3,136,320,000 except leap years.

There are 86,400 seconds in one day; simply multiply that by the number of days and you have your answer. 4daysX24hours/day=96hours 96hoursx3600(seconds/hour)=345,600 seconds

There's several ways to approach the problem, depending on what kind of year you're interested in. If it's a calendar year, then an exact answer is possible: each day is 86,400 seconds and each year is 365 days (except for a leap year, which is 366). This gives a result of 63,072,000 seconds in two years, 63,158,400 if one of them is a leap year: obviously both can't be leap years at the same time. The calendar year is the year to watch if you're interested in actual timekeeping. For example, if you start a timer at midnight between December 31 and January 1 one year, and stop the timer two years later, the above answer is the one you'd end up with (though the timer would probably overflow by then). You could also be interested in two years from an astronomical point of view: how many seconds it takes for the Earth to make two complete revolutions around the Sun. There's slight ambiguity in what we mean by "complete revolution," but one common measure is the sidereal year - a complete revolution from the point of view of a hypotherical observer on a distant star. It is approximately 31,558,149.54 seconds long, making the length of two years slightly over 63,116,299 seconds.

1*1014 = 100,000,000,000,000 One hundred trillion

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1 trillion seconds = 31 688.7646 years

One trillion of them.

One trillion seconds is about 31,689 years.

One American trillion (ie. 10^12) (Leap years counted & Century Leap Years Counted) One Trillion Seconds = 31,688 Years, 269 Days, 1 Hour, 46 Minutes, 40 Seconds. Non-Leap Years....:24,003 X 31,536,000 = 756,958,608,000 Seconds Leap Years..............:7,685 X 31,622,000 = 243,018,144,000 Seconds Days..................................:269 X 86,400 = 23,241,600 Seconds Hours......................................:1 X 3,600 = 3,600 Seconds Minutes......................................:46 X 60 = 2,760 Seconds Seconds.......................................:40 X 1 = 40 Seconds ================================================================== Total........................................................:1,000,000,000,000 Seconds One British trillion (ie. 10^18) would equal about 31,688,738,506 years 296 days 8 hours 48 minutes 33 seconds. (Leap years counted)

4 trillion hours

1.0X 10^12 seconds (1 hour/3600 seconds)(1 day/24 hours)(1 year/365 days) = 31,709.8 years

11574074.074074072 DAYS or..... 1653439.1534391534 WEEKS 31709.791983764586 YEARS (about 31 Thousand, 710 years)

1.666667 x10^20

one trillion seconds.

31507600 seconds in a year x 2000= 63015200000(six quadrillion three hundred one trillion five hundred twenty billion)

1 trillion kilometers = 0.105702341 light years.

seconds in one thousand years is 3.15569e10 seconds

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