This is Giancoli Answers with Mr. Dychko. The energy the average person consumes in a day in joules is 2,500 calories times 4,186 joules per calorie. And this gives about 1.00 times 10 to the 7 joules. Converting that into kilowatt hours and multiplied by 1 watt second per joule, and so the joules cancel. And then what second is just another way of writing joules. And then multiplied by 1 kilowatt per 1,000 watts and then times by 1 hour for every 3,600 seconds, and we're left with kilowatt hours. And this is work out to about 2.9 kilowatt hours. And then if your cost per kilowatt hour is 10 cents, this works out to a total of 29 cents. And it would not be possible to buy a day's food with 29 cents in a, you know, Western country like the Canada or United States.