Living one billion seconds occurs about two-thirds of the way between your 31st and 32nd birthdays. Specifically, one billion seconds is 31.69 years or a little more than 11,574 days.

Question: how far back in time would we have to go to get to one trillion minutes? Answer: One trillion minutes was about one million, nine hundred thousand years ago.

Answer and Explanation: 1 million days would be 2,739.7 years. To convert a million days to years, you would divide 1,000,000 by 365 (the standard number of days in a year).

In the American system each of the denominations above 1,000 millions (the American billion) is 1,000 times the preceding one (one trillion = 1,000 billions; one quadrillion = 1,000 trillions).

It would take almost 12 days for a million seconds to elapse and 31.7 years for a billion seconds. Therefore, a trillion seconds would amount to no less than 31,709.8 years. A trillion seconds ago, there was no written history.

The area covered by 1,000,000,000 (one billion) one dollar bills measures 4 square miles. This would cover an area equal to the size of 2,555 acres. The area covered by 100,000,000,000 (one hundred billion) one dollar bills measures 400 square miles.

On today's show, CNBC.com technology editor Steve Kovach explains how Apple's market value grew to $2 trillion — the first U.S. publicly traded company to cross that threshold.

If you stacked $100 bills totaling $1 trillion on top of each other, the stack would be 631 miles high. This is what $1 trillion in spending look like.

Apple became the world's first $3 trillion company for a brief time during intraday trading on Jan. 3, 2022. The iPhone maker also holds the distinction of being the world's first company to reach $1 trillion and $2 trillion.