Conversion from Week (weeks) to Second (s) and vice versa
Updated on by Stefan BanseHere you can convert the Unit of time Week into the unit Second and vice versa you can convert Second into Week. By clicking the "Swap units" icon, you will always obtain the desired conversion in the calculation result, i.e., weeks to s or s to weeks. With the following calculator you can also calculate any other Unit of time.
Info about "Week"
Today, the week is a common unit of time of seven days in almost all cultures. However, it is neither a legal unit nor a physical unit of time in the sense of the international SI system of units, as seconds, minutes or hours are.
Here, 1 week is equal to 7 days, 1 day is therefore equal to 0.14286 weeks.
Historically, the combination of seven days into a unit of one week can be traced back to the length of one moon. The entire phase from full moon to full moon again lasts slightly longer than 28 days. This is divided into four lunar phases (full moon - waning crescent - new moon - waxing crescent - full moon), which suggests the division of the 28 days into four weeks of seven days each.
Info about "Second"
The second (s) is the base unit for time in the international system of units (SI). the second is therefore the physical unit of time measurement.
All other units of time are derived from the second (e.g. 1 minute = 60 seconds, 1 second = 1,000 milliseconds).
Until the middle of the 20th century, the second was defined as the sixtieth part of a minute of the day divided into 24 hours of 60 minutes. The length of a day - and thus of a second - always appeared to be exactly the same, since the rotation of the earth was assumed to be uniform. It was not until 1934 that the long-held assumption that the Earth's rotation is not uniform was proven. Due solely to magma displacements beneath the Earth's mantle and tidal friction alone, the Earth's rotation gradually slows down and thus the astronomical length of the day becomes longer. It turned out that the continuously improved quartz clocks provided a more consistent measure of time than the Earth's rotation. For this reason, a leap second is now added every two to five years to synchronise all clocks with the day, which always becomes a few fractions of a second longer.
Since 1967, the second has been defined as 9,192,631,770 times the period of a microwave, which resonates with a selected transition between two energy levels in the Cesium atom in resonance. Based on this definition, it is called the atomic second. Atomic clocks are based on the exact measurement of this transition, and thus supersede quartz clocks in terms of accuracy.
Basis for conversion Week (weeks) to Second (s)
The abbreviation for the "Unit of time Week" is weeks. The abbreviation for the "Unit of time Second" is s.
Formula for the conversion of Week (weeks) to Second (s)
The calculation from Week to Second shall be made using the following conversion formula:
Conversion formula Week to Second |
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Determine the number of Second from Week Week × 604800.00016063 |
Formula for the conversion of Second (s) to Week (weeks)
The calculation from Second to Week shall be made using the following conversion formula:
Conversion formula Second to Week |
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Determine the number of Week from Second Second × 1.653439153E-6 |
Overview table: How many Week are how many Second?
Week weeks | Second s |
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0.01 weeks => | 6 048 s |
0.02 weeks => | 12 096 s |
0.03 weeks => | 18 144 s |
0.04 weeks => | 24 192 s |
0.05 weeks => | 30 240 s |
0.06 weeks => | 36 288.00001 s |
0.07 weeks => | 42 336.00001 s |
0.08 weeks => | 48 384.00001 s |
0.09 weeks => | 54 432.00001 s |
0.10 weeks => | 60 480.00001 s |
0.20 weeks => | 120 960.00003 s |
0.30 weeks => | 181 440.00004 s |
0.40 weeks => | 241 920.00006 s |
0.50 weeks => | 302 400.00008 s |
0.60 weeks => | 362 880.00009 s |
0.70 weeks => | 423 360.00011 s |
0.80 weeks => | 483 840.00012 s |
0.90 weeks => | 544 320.00014 s |
1 weeks => | 604 800.00016 s |
2 weeks => | 1 209 600.00032 s |
3 weeks => | 1 814 400.00048 s |
4 weeks => | 2 419 200.00064 s |
5 weeks => | 3 024 000.00080 s |
6 weeks => | 3 628 800.00096 s |
7 weeks => | 4 233 600.00112 s |
8 weeks => | 4 838 400.00128 s |
9 weeks => | 5 443 200.00144 s |
10 weeks => | 6 048 000.00160 s |
20 weeks => | 12 096 000.00321 s |
30 weeks => | 18 144 000.00481 s |
40 weeks => | 24 192 000.00642 s |
50 weeks => | 30 240 000.00803 s |
60 weeks => | 36 288 000.00963 s |
70 weeks => | 42 336 000.01124 s |
80 weeks => | 48 384 000.01285 s |
90 weeks => | 54 432 000.01445 s |
100 weeks => | 60 480 000.01606 s |
200 weeks => | 120 960 000.03212 s |
300 weeks => | 181 440 000.04819 s |
400 weeks => | 241 920 000.06425 s |
500 weeks => | 302 400 000.08031 s |
600 weeks => | 362 880 000.09638 s |
700 weeks => | 423 360 000.11244 s |
800 weeks => | 483 840 000.12850 s |
900 weeks => | 544 320 000.14457 s |
1 000 weeks => | 604 800 000.16063 s |
Overview table: How many Second are how many Week?
Second s | Week weeks |
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6 s => | 0.00001 weeks |
7 s => | 0.00001 weeks |
8 s => | 0.00001 weeks |
9 s => | 0.00001 weeks |
10 s => | 0.00001 weeks |
20 s => | 0.00003 weeks |
30 s => | 0.00005 weeks |
40 s => | 0.00006 weeks |
50 s => | 0.00008 weeks |
60 s => | 0.00009 weeks |
70 s => | 0.00011 weeks |
80 s => | 0.00013 weeks |
90 s => | 0.00014 weeks |
100 s => | 0.00016 weeks |
200 s => | 0.00033 weeks |
300 s => | 0.00049 weeks |
400 s => | 0.00066 weeks |
500 s => | 0.00082 weeks |
600 s => | 0.00099 weeks |
700 s => | 0.00115 weeks |
800 s => | 0.00132 weeks |
900 s => | 0.00148 weeks |
1 000 s => | 0.00165 weeks |
Source information
As source for the information in the "Time units" category, we have used in particular:
- Unit of time (Wikipedia)
Last update on April 24, 2021
The last changes in the "Time units" category were implemented by Stefan Banse on April 24, 2021. The main changes were:
- April 24, 2021: Publication of the time units converter.
- Editorial revision of all texts in this category