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At 7.15 cents per kilowatthour, what does it cost to leave a 75.0W light burning 24.0 hours a day?
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75W for 24 hours
=0.075 kW for 24 hours
=1.8 kW for 1 hour
=1.8 kWh
How much would that cost?posted by MathMate
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