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Q: How long does it take to count to one million?

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It would take about 3.2 years.

If you count one number a second, then it will take 25 minutes.

There are 60 seconds in a minute and 60 minutes in an hour so in 1,000,000 seconds there are 1,000,000/6060 = 277.76 hours in one million seconds.

11 days 13 hours 46 seconds that is a lot it is also 1 week 4 and a half days and one hour , 46 seconds and that is how long it takes to count to 1 million counting one number every second day and night

If a person count 2 number per second (an average person), it would take 5 days, 18 hours, 53 minutes and 20 seconds. A pretty long time. I found it in that site: http://www.procrastinators.org/oldsite/googolplex.html

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One million seconds, which is about 11.5740741 days.

If you can say each number in 5 seconds, then it would take you 5 million seconds to count to 1 million. That is 5,000,000 seconds, or 1389 hours, or 58 days.

It would take about 3.2 years.

Just over one thousand and one days.

If you could average one a second (without sleeping) it would take about 12 days.

If you count one cat every second, it would take one million seconds, which works out at just over eleven and a half days, provided you don't loose count and need to start again, oh, and no time to sleep, make a cup of tea or take a comfort break.

If you counted one person per second then it would take one million seconds. Or approximately 1,6666 minutes. Or, about 277.7 hours. Or, around 11.57 days.

34.72 days

It would take up to 277hrs 46min 40s to count up to one million if one second is for each number

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.

If you count one number a second, then it will take 25 minutes.

1 million seconds. Or, a little more than 11 days of nonstop counting

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