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Convert 20 seconds to milliseconds

20 seconds equal 20000 milliseconds

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To convert seconds to milliseconds use the following formula:
1 seconds equals 1000 milliseconds
So, to convert 20 seconds to milliseconds, multiply 1000 by 20 i.e.,
20 seconds = 1000 * 20 milliseconds = 20000 milliseconds
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Second is a unit of measurement of time. The definition for second is the following:
One second is equal to 1/60th of a minute or 1/3600 of an hour.
The symbol for second is s


Millisecond is a subdivision of the second unit. The milli prefix stands for 0.001 therefore, 1 millisecond = 0.001 second units. Second is a unit of measurement of time. The definition for second is the following:
1 millisecond is equal to 10-3 or 0.001 seconds
The symbol for millisecond is ms

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