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A power company from which you get electricity charges you per unit energy. In the case of the power company the unit of energy used is the...

A power company from which you get electricity charges you per unit energy. In the case of the power company the unit of energy used is the kilowatt-hour. Using the mathematical definition of electrical power help me show that the kilowatt-hour is a unit of energy.

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Watt (W) is the unit of electricity and 1000 watts is equal to 1 kilowatt (kW). Kilowatt Hour (Kwh) is the... View the full answer

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Energy is measured in the form of joules whereby, the units of energy is in joules. In... View the full answer

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