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**Question: Suppose you had one Avogadro’s number of dollars. You decide to give away $1000 per second per person to every person on the planet. Assuming the earth’s population is 7 billion people, how long would it take you to give away all your money?**

Approximately 2727 years.

approximately 24 million hours 24 minutes or 3,000 years if you round up

860,305,928,571 seconds. or 14338432142.9 minutes. or 238973869.048 hours. or 9957244.54365 days. or 27280.1220374 years.

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Assuming Avogadro’s Number is 6.022X10^23…

86,042,857,140 seconds or 1,434,047,619 minutes or 23,900,793.65 hours or 995,866.4021 days or 2728.401102 years (w/ no leap years).

Wow!

8.6 x 10^10 seconds. If you’re counting sig figs in your calculation then it’s really 9 x 10^10 seconds.

8.603*10^10 s

1.434*10^9 min

9.957*10^5 day

2726 years

2728.18366311516996448502663584473973 years

I did 365 per year and not the 365.25

so closer to 2726.31632316779476259283975929727584 years

2727993404.36 years or…a really long time!

2727 years

The answer depends on if the federal government will tax my gift to everybody on this planet if that is true and if I don’t not compound the interest at 0.01% I would get from my grand deposit. The answer would be 40% faster at 2727 years or 1090 years

Assuming Avogadro`s number to be 6.02* 10^23, the answer is in 86 * 10^13 seconds or 1.433*10^12 minutes or 2.39*10^10 hours

Assuming Avogadro`s number to be 6.02* 10^23, the answer is in 8.6 * 10^13 seconds or 1.433*10^12 minutes or 2.39*10^10 hours

2726 years, 79 days, 10 hours, 5 minutes, 49.13 seconds — using 6.0221367×10^23 as Avogadro’s number and assuming 365.24 days per year.

1,14574E+15 years