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posted by Tim

(dwrls)
If it is $ .20 $/kWh x 10kWh = Would it cost $2.00 per hour?

  1. drwls

    Yes, one hour of use would cost $2.00, when using electricity at a 10 kW rate

    You were asked to compute the total charge for one hour, at a 10 kW rate of power usage.

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