physics please help
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one kilwatt/hour (kWh) is the amount of work or energy generated when one kilowatt of power is supplied fr a time of one hour. a kilowatt/hour is the unit of energy used by power companies when figuring your electric bill. determine the number of joules of energy in one kilowatt/hour.

physics please help 
Henry
1KWh = 1000W * 3600s = 3.6*10^6 Joules.
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