# shake to Metonic cycle; enneadecaeteris conversion

Conversion number between shake and Metonic cycle; enneadecaeteris is 1.6677340164372 × 10-17. This means, that shake is smaller unit than Metonic cycle; enneadecaeteris.

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### Enter the number in shake:

Decimal Fraction Exponential Expression
 shake
eg.: 10.12345 or 1.123e5

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### Calculation process of conversion value

• 1 shake = (exactly) (0.00000001) / (599616000) = 1.6677340164372 × 10-17 Metonic cycle; enneadecaeteris
• 1 Metonic cycle; enneadecaeteris = (exactly) (599616000) / (0.00000001) = 5.99616 × 10+16 shake
• ? shake × (0.00000001  ("s"/"shake")) / (599616000  ("s"/"Metonic cycle; enneadecaeteris")) = ? Metonic cycle; enneadecaeteris

### High precision conversion

If conversion between shake to second and second to Metonic cycle; enneadecaeteris is exactly definied, high precision conversion from shake to Metonic cycle; enneadecaeteris is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

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### shake to Metonic cycle; enneadecaeteris conversion chart

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101.6677340164372 × 10-16
203.3354680328744 × 10-16
305.0032020493116 × 10-16
406.6709360657487 × 10-16
508.3386700821859 × 10-16
601.0006404098623 × 10-15
701.167413811506 × 10-15
801.3341872131497 × 10-15
901.5009606147935 × 10-15
1001.6677340164372 × 10-15
1101.8345074180809 × 10-15
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### shake

Definition of shake unit: ≡ 10−8 s. A shake is an informal unit of time equal to 10 nanoseconds (ns), or 10−8 seconds. It has applications in nuclear physics, helping to conveniently express the timing of various events in a nuclear explosion.

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