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`        A scientist once pointed out that a standard lecture period (50 min) is close to one microcentury.How long is a microcentury in minutes, and what is the percent difference from the scientists approximations?`
one year ago

Arun
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```							Dear Shahid

1 century = 100 years = 100 * 365.25 days = 36525 days = 36525 *24 *60 min = 52596000 minutes
Hence
1 micro century = 52596000* 10^-6 = 52.596 minutes
Hence
Percentage difference = (52.596 -50)* 100/ 52.596
= 4.9 %

Regards
```
one year ago
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