Hello everyone. I'm writing an essay in school and would love to have some wierd facts in the text. I suck at math and turn to you'all geniuses to solve these problems for me!
The speed of light: 299 792 458 m/s.
In one year there are 31 557 600 seconds.
One nanosecond is 0.000 000 001 of a second.
Now, I'd like to know how long it takes for the light to travel someplace during a certain amount of time. Please use known forms of measurement, and preferable alot of zeros. So that normal people without much knowledge of math can grasp the time. Ok, so these times:
One nanosecond. (How many meters, or centimeters, or millimeters. I would prefer not to have any 0.xxxx-answers.)
And 13,7 billion years.
God I'm annoying. But if anyone could like, give an answer to this it would be extremely cool in my text.