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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.

Q: How long would it take to count to 4.6 billion?

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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.

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

false i did it in under a day

About 1,000,000,000 seconds I say it would take longer becasue it would take longer than 1 second to say eg. one million six hundred and twenty four thousand nine hundred and sixty five. So if you timed that for each number it would take a long time. Answer: Although lower numbers (1, 2, 3 etc.) can be said in a second or less, larger numbers like 999,999,999 take up to 5 seconds to say. Assuming that an average value would be 4 seconds the time required would be 4 billion seconds if you didn't stop or rest. This is the same as 127 years.

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.

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I recall reading that it would take you 3 weeks to count to a million if you counted all day, taking time off to eat and sleep. So to count to a billion would take 1000 times 3 weeks.

1 billion seconds?

i have no clue but, Matt neal could do it

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.

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

you count one dollar a second so it would probably take you about 31 and a half years.

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If you counted 1 number per second, it would take 63 years to count to 2 billion.

If you counted 1 number per second, it would take 3200 years to count to 100 billion.

If you counted 1 number per second, it would take 220 years to count to 7 billion.