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Many scientists agree that the universe is about how many years old
Universe is estimated between 13-16 billion years old. The most accepted answer is approximately 13.73 billion. Earth is roughly 5 billion years old, the consensus on this is slightly less, around 4.5 to 4.6 billion.
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User: Many scientists agree that the universe is about how many years old

Weegy: Universe is estimated between 13-16 billion years old. The most accepted answer is approximately 13.73 billion. Earth is roughly 5 billion years old, the consensus on this is slightly less, around 4.5 to 4.6 billion.
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