One kilowatt hour is equal to 3,600,000 joules, so any quantity of kilowatt hours must be multiplied by 3,600,000 to find the equivalency in joules. The opposite applies if someone wants to convert a quantity of joules t... More » Science Measurements

The first step to using a kilowatt-per-hour calculator is to know which appliances are used and how often you use them, Piedmont Membership Energy Corporation explains. You also must know the rate charged by the local ut... More » Business & Finance Financial Planning

In 2012, the average kilowatts used by a home in the United States was 10,837 kilowatt hours annually, with an average monthly usage of 903 kilowatt hours. Energy use per home greatly depends on the size of the home, wit... More »

The quantity 150 kilometers per hour, abbreviated as kph or km/h, can be converted into miles per hour, abbreviated as mph, by dividing the quantity by 1.609, which would equal 93.226 miles per hour. This is because one ... More »

One kilojoule is equal to 1,000 joules of expended energy. The "kilo" prefix refers to a multiple of 1,000 of whatever unit is being expressed. Hence, 1 kilometer equals 1,000 meters and 1 kilogram equals 1,000 grams. To... More » Science Measurements

One volt is equal to one joule/coulomb, so the number of joules in a charge is equal to a given charge's volts multiplied by the charge's coulombs. This is represented by the formula J = VC. More » Science Measurements

To convert hertz to joules, simply multiply the number in hertz with the value of the conversion factor "x." The conversion factor value is 6.62606957(29) x 10^-34. More »