If a dog ages 7 years for every 1 human year, how do I calculate how much the dog ages for every human day, hour, minute and second?
The 7:1 ratio is hypothetical, of course. But for this problem I'm just taking it as fact.
Thanks.
If a dog ages 7 years for every 1 human year, how do I calculate how much the dog ages for every human day, hour, minute and second?
The 7:1 ratio is hypothetical, of course. But for this problem I'm just taking it as fact.
Thanks.
1 year is 365.25 days.
1 day is 24 hours.
1 hour is 60 minutes.
1 minute is 60 seconds.
You can just use the fact that a ratio is conserved by multiplying or dividing, so 7 dog minutes are equivalent to one human minute, then just convert to the required unit by combining the values that I mentioned before.
Does it make sense ?