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Seconds tick by and turn right into moments. Minutes become hours, and then become days.
Perhaps you have made a splitsecond choice? You were planning to do Xbut ...in the last minute...you changed your mind and failed Y rather. Perhaps it was picking the route less traveled rather than the broad street. No matter the reason, mere moments may be well spent and alter lives forever.
Have you ever stopped to look at the number of seconds you have? If each moment counts, then let us count the moments we've. By way of instance, how many seconds do we have a day? A month? An entire year?
A smart man once said there are 12 seconds in a year. But these are not the moments we are referring to! We mean that little unit of time that is about as long as necessary to say,"one ."
To work out how many seconds you're in a calendar year, we are likely to have to understand a little mathematics. To convert a particular quantity to another unit of measure, we must determine what's known as the conversion element.
To do so, we will need to think of a ratio  or portion  which equals you. At the ratio, the conversion factor is a multiplier which gets applied to the bigger unit to convert it to the smaller unitthrough multiplication.
Sound confusing? Do not worry. A very simple example will make matters clear. When considering just how many seconds there are in a calendar year, let's first determine different components of measurement of time demanded. We've got the moment, the moment, the hour, the day, the month and year.
Let us begin with the biggest of those steps: year. To convert a long time to another smallest device  the month  we still need to learn how many months have been in annually. Since we understand that there are 12 months in a calendar year, our ratio could be 1:12 (one year:12 weeks ) or even 1/12.
If we would like to learn how many months have been in five decades, we simply have to multiply the amount of years from the conversion element.
To work out much smaller components, you may keep doing several conversions into smaller and more compact components. Just ensure the units you are using are the same. To convert 1 year to moments, you will have to bypass using months and convert to days, hours, minutes and eventually moments.
Every step of this way, you ought to calculate the conversion factor and multiply. Here Is What the conversion from 1 year to moments would look like:
1 year = 365 days (no, we are not counting leap years)
So...drum roll, please...1 year would equal 365 days 24 times 60 days 60 minutes...or even 31,536,000 seconds! That is over 31 million moments you must spend during the following year. What will you do with YOUR minutes?
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First Name  Foncy 
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