Hello, I'm having problems with this question. I'm not exactly sure how to determine how much watts in a day, or in a second the lamp takes. 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Theres a lamp that absorbs 60 W when connected to a 120-V source. Q: Find the cost of operating the lamp for 24 hrs when electricity cost 6.8cents/kWh. 2. Relevant equations current = power/voltage 3. The attempt at a solution 1)I took a guess and said 60W equals in one second. 60W(60sec x 60min x 24hrs) = 5,184,000 2)Then, 24hrs into kW = 24000 kW in a day. 3)(5,184,000/24000) x 6.8 cents = 1468.8 cents. I'm pretty sure I'm missing a formula for time. Thanks for any help.