We need to determine the number of milliseconds in a year.

First of all, "milli” means thousandth and thus one second contains 1000 milliseconds.

1s=1000 ms

Next, there are 60 seconds in one minute and thus the number of milliseconds in a minute is then obtain by multiplying the number of milliseconds in a second by the number of seconds in a minute, \(\displaystyle{1}\min={60}{s}={1000}\cdot{60}{m}{s}\)

Next, there are 60 minutes in one hour and thus the number of milliseconds in an hour is then obtain by multiplying the number of milliseconds in a minute by the number of minutes in a. hour.

\(\displaystyle{1}{h}={60}\min={1000}\cdot{60}\cdot{60}{m}{s}\)

Next, there are 24 hours in a day and thus the number of milliseconds in a day is then obtain by multiplying the number of milliseconds in an hour by the number of hours in a day.

1 day = \(\displaystyle{24}{h}={1000}\cdot{60}\cdot{60}\cdot{24}{m}{s}\)

Finally, we assume that there are 365 days in a year (assuming no leap years). The number of milliseconds in a. year is then obtain by multiplying the number of milliseconds in a. day by the number of days in a year.

1 year = 365 days = 1000-60. 60.24. 365 msZSK

We then note that the correct operation is \(\displaystyle{1000}\cdot{60}\cdot{60}\cdot{24}\cdot{365}.\)

First of all, "milli” means thousandth and thus one second contains 1000 milliseconds.

1s=1000 ms

Next, there are 60 seconds in one minute and thus the number of milliseconds in a minute is then obtain by multiplying the number of milliseconds in a second by the number of seconds in a minute, \(\displaystyle{1}\min={60}{s}={1000}\cdot{60}{m}{s}\)

Next, there are 60 minutes in one hour and thus the number of milliseconds in an hour is then obtain by multiplying the number of milliseconds in a minute by the number of minutes in a. hour.

\(\displaystyle{1}{h}={60}\min={1000}\cdot{60}\cdot{60}{m}{s}\)

Next, there are 24 hours in a day and thus the number of milliseconds in a day is then obtain by multiplying the number of milliseconds in an hour by the number of hours in a day.

1 day = \(\displaystyle{24}{h}={1000}\cdot{60}\cdot{60}\cdot{24}{m}{s}\)

Finally, we assume that there are 365 days in a year (assuming no leap years). The number of milliseconds in a. year is then obtain by multiplying the number of milliseconds in a. day by the number of days in a year.

1 year = 365 days = 1000-60. 60.24. 365 msZSK

We then note that the correct operation is \(\displaystyle{1000}\cdot{60}\cdot{60}\cdot{24}\cdot{365}.\)