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Claire4christ
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Can someone help me with this problem please.
Tim's electricity costs 4.3 ¢ a kilowatt hour. How much will it cost to run the following appliances for 10 hours? (round to the nearest cent)
a) a Dryer @ 4,000 watts. Cost = $ ___
b) a Heater @ 1,500 watts. Cost = $ __
c) a Radio @ 40 watts. Cost = $ _____
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Claire4christ Group Title
Can someone help me with this problem please. Tim's electricity costs 4.3 ¢ a kilowatt hour. How much will it cost to run the following appliances for 10 hours? (round to the nearest cent) a) a Dryer @ 4,000 watts. Cost = $ ___ b) a Heater @ 1,500 watts. Cost = $ __ c) a Radio @ 40 watts. Cost = $ _____
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@Chlorophyll
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1 kilowatt is equal to 1000 watts, can you convert the questions into kW?
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Claire4christ Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
so we got 4,000 watts
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and we have to convert them into kw right
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4,000x1,000
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0,004 killowatts
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zepp Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.3
You are doing this wrong D:\[1\text{kW}=1000\text{W}\\?\text{kW}=4000\text{W}\]
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killowatt
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Yes! Now, this appliance is rated at 4kW, using it for an hour would use 4kWh, how much would it use if it was operating for 10 hours?
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4x10
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zepp Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.3
40kWh, yes, Tim should pay 4.3 cents per kWh, so how much does he have to pay?
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40x4.3
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zepp Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.3
Yep, Tim has to pay 172 cents for running that appliance for 10 hours, you got it! :D
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You have to convert it to $'s though, so 172 cents would be $1.72
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so its asking round to the nearest cent. 1.7
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Yes, you got it :)
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Chlorophyll Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
Round to the nearest CENTs means 2 decimal digits = $1.72
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1 kilowatt=1,000 watts 1,500/1,000=1.5 1.5x10=15 15x4.3=64.5
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he pays 64.50 right
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Yes, $64.50
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= 40 w * (4.3 / 1, 000 w hr) * 10 hrs
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