Do you think it might depend on how fast you count huh do ya ? If you count one every second and never stop, it would take almost 146 years.
Well, lets see it take 16 minutes to count to a thousand 31 billion years to count to a quintillion and very and probably and get ready 31 trillion years at least
To help you count your money or do maths in school.
It would take a million seconds = 16666.667 minutes = 277.778 hours = 11.57 days approx. This assumes (a) that you can count 1 per second which may not be realistic for large numbers and (b) that you can count for that length of time without stopping.
There are many objects that orbit our sun, too many to count. Notably there are 8 planets and their various moons, 5 dwarf planets and billions of miscellaneous chunks of rock and ice.
There are a few man-made ones and probably billions of natural ones. Satellites are objects orbiting a central object, so that means planets and moons count as satellites.
Brain cells are to numerous to count. There are billions of them. No one has ever tried to count them.
A lot of time (period of a few human lives) and a good counter, but my opinion is that you can't count them, because there are billions of stars in a galaxy and billions of galaxies in the universe.
We don't have a complete count, but we know that it's at least in the billions.
Billions. It's impossible to count.
Billions,not only billion we cannot count them.
No one has kept count. You could guess billions.
Count off the eleventh digit from the right.
Figure 1000 billions make a trillion. So if you count by tens, it's only 100 of the 10billions that make a trillion.
in math counters are objects that help you count
Way too many to count, but most likely billions