Time Unit Conversion

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most often used measurement conversion

millenniums to centuries converter
1 millennium is equal 10 centuries use this converter
centuries to millenniums converter
1 century is equal 0.1 millennium use this converter
centuries to years converter
1 century is equal 100 years use this converter
years to centuries converter
1 year is equal 0.01 century use this converter
years to days converter
1 year is equal 364.99999999999 days use this converter
days to years converter
1 day is equal 0.0027397260273973 year use this converter
minutes to seconds (min to s) converter
1 minute is equal 60 seconds (s) use this converter
seconds to minutes (s to min) converter
1 second is equal 0.016666666666667 minute use this converter
seconds to milliseconds (s to ms) converter
1 second is equal 1000 milliseconds (ms) use this converter
milliseconds to seconds (ms to s) converter
1 millisecond is equal 0.001 second use this converter
microseconds to nanoseconds (µs to ns) converter
1 microsecond is equal 1000 nanoseconds (ns) use this converter
nanoseconds to microseconds (ns to µs) converter
1 nanosecond is equal 0.001 microsecond use this converter
milliseconds to minutes (ms to min) converter
1 millisecond is equal 1.6666666666667E-5 minute use this converter
minutes to milliseconds (min to ms) converter
1 minute is equal 60000 milliseconds (ms) use this converter

Definition

Time - one of the perceivable dimensions, it describes the order in which things are happening and the intervals between occuring phenomenons in the same place. Time has many definitions, depending on whether it’s described in science, philosophy or religion.

accessible units

millennium, century, decade, Julian year, Gregorian year, tropical year, year, month, fortnight, week, day, hour, minute, second, millisecond, microsecond, nanosecond

About Time Unit Conversion tool.

This Unit Conversion program uses custom rounding routines to avoid results such as 3.9999999999 instead of 4.  It rounds the result to 13 significant digits instead of rounding to some number of decimal places, therefore producing superior results for very big or very small initial values and conversion factors.  It accepts scientific notation and converts immediately.