In May you used

1100

kilowatt-hours of energy for electricity.

a. Calculate the total electrical energy use in joules.

b. Calculate your average power use in watts.

c. Assume that your power supplier generates electricity by burning oil. Note that 1 liter of oil releases 12 million joules of energy. How much oil is needed to generate the electricity you use? Give your answer in both liters and gallons.

a. The total electrical energy use was

nothing

joules.

( integer or a decimal.)

b. The average power use is

watts.

(Round to the nearest whole number as needed.)

c. To generate the electricity you used,

L is needed.

(Round to the nearest whole number as needed.)

To generate the electricity you used,

gal is needed.

(Round to two decimal places as needed.)

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