dhimanth kumar
1
437 years
Mahesh Godavarti
0
Interesting question. Assuming that it takes a person one second per word, the person counts non-stop and treats all "teens" as two words, it will take them approximately 437 years. The calculation is (1 \times 10 + 2 \times 90 + 4 \times 900 + 6 \times 9000 + 7 \times 90000 + 9 \times 900000 + 11 \times 9000000 + 12 \times 90000000 + 14 \times 900000000) \div (365 \times 24 \times 60 \times 60) = 437 . Explanation: 1. 1 second till 10 - e.g. nine 2. 2 seconds till 100 - e.g. ninety nine 3. 4 seconds till 1000 - e.g. nine hundred ninety nine 4. 6 seconds till 10000 - e.g. ninety thousand nine hundred ninety nine 5. 7 seconds till 100000 - e.g. ninety nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine 6. 9 seconds till 1000000 - e.g. nine hundred ninety nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine 7. 11 seconds till 10000000 - e.g. nine million nine hundred ninety nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine 8. 12 seconds till 100000000 - e.g. ninety nine million nine hundred ninety nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine 10. 14 seconds till 1000000000 - e.g. nine hundred ninety nine million nine hundred ninety nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine
Thakur Vaishnavi
0
i don't know exactly i think 1000 years
Pranay Kasi
0
2.883 years
Ujjwal Agrwal
0
1
Akhil Unni
0
400-500