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Just How Big “Trillion” or 1,000,000,000,000 Is?

The world is strike by finance crisis and big bailout packages, those figure is no billion or million but trillion i.e. 1,000,000,000,000 or 1 followed by 12 zeros. We all know that is very lots of money but how big that number actually is?

Let do some math & visualizing about th number.
If you spend 1 million dollars (1,000,000) a day, you still wouldh’t have spend 1 trillion dollars in 2000 years.

1 million seconds is about 11.5 days.
1 billion seconds is about 32 years
1 trillion seconds is 32,000 years.

Still don’t has any idea above comparisons, let me give you another example:-

If you has $10,000 dollars (a bundle of $100 note),it can easily to fit in your pocket or cloth. 1 million dollars maybe fit inside a standard small travel bag. 1 billion dollars maybe same size with a small room of your house.

But 1 trillion dollars is 1000 x billion and maybe a size of a football field.
That is a lots of money!!!

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