I have tried google and couldnt find anything of help thast why am here, otherwise i wouldnt even be here.
I have found out how much Mass it losses in 10 billion years which is (using E = mc^2) 1.35*1027 kg , but am not sure how to find how much Hydrogen is lost.
I have started off like this:
Mass of Hydrogen atom = 1.673*10-27 kg, lifespan of sun = 10 billion years. 4 Hydrogen atoms per Helium so 1.673*10-27 * 4 = 6.692*10-27 kg lost each time the Hydrogen fuses.
But i dont know how to find how many fuse per second.