derive relationship between commercial unit of energy and si unit of energy

unit=1KWH = 3.6*106

commersial unit of energy=KWH = unit = 3.6*106

so,

1 unit = 3.6*106

(3.6*106=1KWH written above)

1unit = 1 KWH

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i did nt understand anything
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↵kWh is the commercial unit and joule is Si unit
so, relationship is like that
1kWh= 1000Wh=1000J/s*3600s
         =  3600000J
 

    
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1 Kwh = 1000 W x 3600s (1 hr) 
           = 3600000 J
          = 3.6 x 10
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I too didn't understand anything:-(:-( :-(
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SI unit of energy is Joule. Commercial unit of energy is kWh. 1 kWh = 1 kW x 1 h = 1000 W x 3600 s 1 watt - second = 1 joule 1 kWh = 3600000 J
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SI unit of energy is joule Commercial unit of energy is Kwh =1000 ×3600s 1 watt - second = 1joule 1Kwh =36000000 J
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See guys those who didn't get the answer properly

He had asked the derivation relationship b/w Commercial unit of energy
                                                                                  and
                                                                        SI unit of energy
so 1st let us understand,
Commercial unit of energy = kWh
         SI unit of energy        = J
make sure u understand this much...


now read the question once more; they have asked the derivation b\w
commercial unit of energy and SI unit of energy
means,
"         commercial unit ..      " = "si unit...'
         now,
    commercial unit of energy = si unit of energy 
i.e.                                         J  = kWh
now this can be written as,
                                              J =1kW x 1h
​                                              J =1000W x 30x30      ( where 1kWh=1000W  nd 1hr = 30 *30s)

                                              J= 1000W x 3600
                                              J = 3600*1000                    
                                              J = 3.6*10 raised to -6              (made in  standard form)

now 1 unit of energy means 3.6*10^-6 
                                               hence 1kWh = 1 unit


hope this hlped u ;)


 
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  • 1 kW h = 1 kW x 1h
  •               = 1000 W x 60 min
  •               = 1000 W x 3600 s
  •               = 3600000 J
  • 1 kW h = 3.6 x 106
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1KWh { 1unit}= 3.6*10^6 J
 
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commercial unit of energy ( or trade unit ) is a kilo watt hour which is written in short form kWh.
SI unit of energy is joule.
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SI unit of energy is Joule to samll anywhere that,why  kWh is used as a commercial unit of energy
 
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SI unit of energy is Joule. Commercial unit of energy is kWh. 1 kWh = 1 kW x 1 h = 1000 W x 3600 s 1 watt - second = 1 joule 1 kWh = 3600000 J Hope this answer was useful for you guys
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SI unit of energy is joule while commercial unit of energy is Kwh=1000*3600s 
​                                                                                                          =1 watt - second                                                                                                                                                                                              = 1 joule 1 Kwh          
                                                                                                          = 3600000j
 
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1.The commercial unit of energy is kilowatt (kWh) hour.
2.The SI unit of energy is joule.
Now,            1 kWh = 1 kW * 1 h
                                = 1000 W * 1 h
                                = 1000 W *3600 s
                                = 3600000 J
                                =  3.6 * 106 J
 
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1 kWh=1kW*1h
=1000W*3600s
3600000J
3.6*10^6J
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I am assuming (which is dangerous) that this relates to electrical energy where the commercial unit of energy is the kilowatt-hour (kWh). The SI unit of energy is the Joule
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1Kwh = 3600000
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the realation bw the kwh and kw is that in kwh the kw *h but in kw it is only kw.
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1kwh= 1000wh
          =1000*60*60w
        = 3600000j/s
         =3.6*10 raise to 6 joules per seconds
 
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commercial unit of energy = kwh
​1 KWH = 1000 W* 1 hr 
 1KWH  = 1000 W * 3600 SEC 
1 KWH = 3600000 J 
....OR... 1 KWH = 3.6 * 10^ 5 J
 
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si unit of energy is joule
commercial unit of energy is Kwh
= 1Kw X 1h
= 1000w X 3600s
= 1 watt per second = 1 joule
= 1 Kwh = 3600000 joule
 
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1kWh=3600000J
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si unit of energy is Joule (J)
commercial unit is kWh
1kWh = 1 x 1000W x 60 x 60s
           =  1000 x 3600
1kWh  = 3600000J
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1 unit =1KWH
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1 unit=1 kWh
         =1000 J/s * 3600 s
         =3600000 J
 1 unit  =3.6 * 10^6 Joules
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3600000 j
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So , firstly what is commercial unit of energy?
*A commercial unit of energy is defined as common unit of energy consumed in daily life i.e. in Housemeters....
So ,commercial unit of energy is
KWH (kilo watt hour)
1 KWH=1 unit
1KWH= 1?1000J/S?3600s(seconds)
1KWH=3600000J(joule)
1KWH=3.6?10^6 ans.
*The S.I. unit of energy is Joule...
*So difference between commercial and SI unit is commercial unit is used for higher consumed electricity and SI is for smaller...
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SI unit is Joule means an object gets displaced by some force and the commercial unit of energy is one kilowatt hour that means 1000 watt for 3600 seconds that means 10^ 6 Joule
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Commercial unit of energy.The SI unit joule is too small to express very large quantities of energy. Hence we use a bigger unit called kilo watt hour (kWH) to express energy .1 kWH is the amount of energy consumed by an electrical gadget in one hour at the rate of 1000 J/s or 1kW
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1 UNIT = 1 kwh

1 kwh = 1000 W X 3600 s
          =  3600000 J
          =  3.6 X 10^6 J
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The commercial unit of energy is KWH and the si unit of energy is Joule
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1 Kwh = 1000 W x 3600s (1 hr) = 3600000 J = 3.6 x 106
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SI Unit of Energy :- W Commercial unit of energy :- kW hour =1000J/s * 3600 seconds = 3.6*[10]°6
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Commercial unit of energy is kwh SI unit of energy is Joule (j) 1kwh=1000w×3600s 3.6×10^6 joule
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We know kWh is commercial unit of Energy.?
SI Unit Of Energy = Joule (J)
1 kWh = 1 kW x 1 h
=> 1000 W x 3600 s
1 watt ? second = 1 joule
1 kWh = 3600000 J
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Commercial unit of energy is the killowatt-hour(kWh).S.I.unit of energy is the joule(j).energy's S.I unit is joule.it is measure in kg also
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1kWh= 1kW×1h =1000J/s×3600s (second and second gets cancelled ) 1kWh=3600000J 1kWh=3.6×10^6 J
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1unit=1kWh

RHS:-
1kWh=1000*3600Ws
=3600000 j
=3.6*10^6 j


Henceforth, the relation is that,
1kilo Watt hour=3.6*10^6 joule


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commercial unit of energy is a kilowatt hour it is the amount of energy consumed by an agent in 1 hour working at a constant rate of 1 kilo watt(i.e at the rate of 1000J in one second)
S.I.unit of energy is Joule
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Relationship between SI unit of energy and commercial unit of energy

 

In mathematical :-

= 1 kWh

= 1kWh × 1 hour

= 1000 W × 3600 second

= 1000 js-1 × 3600 second

= 3600000 J

= 3.6 × 106 Joule

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1kwh=3.6?10^6
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1kWh= 1000Wh=1000J/s*3600s
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Dear student,
Here is an answer to your query:

SI unit of energy is joule(J) and commercial unit of energy is kWh(kilowatt-hour).

In SI units,
Power = energy/time
P = E / t
or, E = P x t
1J = 1W x 1s
1J = 1Ws... (i)

Commercial unit of energy is kWh,
1 kWh = 1 kW x 1 h
= 1000W x (60 x 60)s
= 3600000Ws
= 3.6 x 10^6Ws... (ii)
From (i) and (ii) we get,
3.6 x 10^6Ws = 3.6 x 10^6 J
Since, 3.6 x 10^6Ws = 1 kWh
Therefore,
1 kWh = 3.6 x 10^6 J.

Hope this helps you :)
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Dear student,
Here is an answer to your query:

SI unit of energy is joule(J) and commercial unit of energy is kWh(kilowatt-hour).

In SI units,
Power = energy/time
P = E / t
or, E = P x t
1J = 1W x 1s
1J = 1Ws... (i)

Commercial unit of energy is kWh,
1 kWh = 1 kW x 1 h
= 1000W x (60 x 60)s
= 3600000Ws
= 3.6 x 10^6Ws... (ii)
From (i) and (ii) we get,
3.6 x 10^6Ws = 3.6 x 10^6 J
Since, 3.6 x 10^6Ws = 1 kWh
Therefore,
1 kWh = 3.6 x 10^6 J.

Hope this helps you :)
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1kWh= 1000Wh=1000J/s*3600s?
???????? =? 3600000J?
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1 Kwh = 1000 W x 3600s (1 hr)?
? ? ? ? ? ?= 3600000 J
? ? ? ? ? = 3.6 x 106?
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The relation between commercial unit of energy and SI unit of energy joule (j) is :
1kwh=1000 watt ?1 hour
1 watt = 1joule/1 second
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