If you count one number a second, then it will take 25 minutes.
One with twenty-two zeros would be 10 sextillion.
one trillion seconds.
Scientifically: It depends on how fast you count . . . most people count at about one number per second, so it might take 1 billion seconds . . . unless you paused or took breaks. Or: A LONG TIME
depends how fast you count but if u count by seconds it would take about 100 seconds if u count too 120 it would take u 120 seconds or to be more closer 2 minutes
To count one billion objects, it would take you however long it takes to count one object times one billion. It does not matter how much mass the object has, so your statement of mass is meaningless.
After sextillion comes septillion(1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 Big number, eh? We're talking 24 zeros!). After sextillion comes sextillion-one; then sextillion-two, etc...
you count one dollar a second so it would probably take you about 31 and a half years.
10 ^ 42, or 1 trecedillion. In other countries, it is a septillion.
One sextillion, five hundred quintillion.
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If you count one number per second, and never stop to sleep or eat or anything, it will take over 31 years.