## Can you count to a billion in your lifetime?

It can then be estimated to take 2.5 billion seconds (79.25 years) to count to a billion.

Coincidentally, the life expectancy at birth in the US is around 79 years, so if you somehow knew the numbers the second you were born and started counting then, it would take all of your life to count to a billion.

## How long would it take to count to infinity?

Du Sautoy concludes: “The trick was not to start counting, ‘1,2,3,’ and then to hope to reach infinity. Instead, a change of perspective allowed us to think of infinity in one go and, by doing so, to show that infinity is a many-headed beast. Amazingly it took just 48 pages for us to get to infinity.

## Is Googolplex bigger than Centillion?

As of 2014, the centillion is the largest lexicographically accepted number. As such, there is no larger number in any official dictionary. The googol is one followed by 100 zeros and is far less than a centillion. The googolplex, however, is one followed by a googol of zeros and is far in excess of a centillion.

## How long is a Centillion seconds?

and HOW MANY DAYS ARE IN A MILLION SECONDS and HOW MANY YEARS = 1 BILLION SECONDS

zeros | U.S. & scientific community | Names of number in other NON USA countries |
---|---|---|

66 – 120 | How many zeros are in a undecillion | vigintillion |

303 | How many zeros are in a centillion | centillion |

600 | 10600 | 41,000 |

*any | How many zeros are in a zillion | zillion |

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