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  •  You've got a typo (none)
    You wrote:

    "...the average American household uses 10.66 Kwh annually."

    Should be 10,656 kWh.  The W is always capitalized, I am assuming to honor James Watt.

    Thanks for the post!

    •  ... and Wikipedia provides some more detail (none)

      > This SI unit is named after James Watt. As for all SI units whose name is derived from the proper name of a person its symbol is uppercase in the first letter (W). When a SI unit name is spelled out, instead, it shall always be written in lowercase (watt), unless it begins a sentence or is the name "degree Celsius".
      -- Reference: The International System of Units brochure, section 5.

      Found here

    •  Thanks (none)
      I was trying to reduce it to a simpler number for calculations.  Math......

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