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94.63% of the population has one microwave at least. 8.5% have two or more.
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Answer 2007 estimate: 111,162,259 2008 estimate: 112,362,848 2009 estimate: 113,567,967 2010 estimate: 114,825,4…28 http://www.census.gov/population/projections/nation/hh-fam/table1n.txt http://www.census.gov/prod/1/pop/p25-1129.pdf
Find the nameplate rating it will say volts amperes watts frequency model number If watts is not on there watts= volts divided by amperes . for your estimated watts
Most of the households in the United States have a car even if it doesn't run. This percentage is about 95.
A typical microwave rated at 1100 watts uses 10 amps of power. This is calculated by dividing the number of watts by the voltage of 110.
They should never be used. They are a product of evil, designed to make you lazy in the kitchen.
This is model and brand specific. Check the manual...
Most microwaves have the wattage listed on the nameplate. Since they come in different sizes, they have different wattages, as well.
4-10 million or more
A domestic microwave is usually less than a kilowatt - 850 wats.
By the mid-1990s more than 90 percent of American households had a microwave, and nearly 9 million microwave ovens were being shipped annually.
you didnt ask the question right you retard
over 5,000,000,000 families
Aproximately 7 tables in a one story house, and about 13 tables in a two story house...If you are in a mansion well you have a ton of tables!
Alaska - 311,201 Alabama - 2,182,088 Arizona - 2,864,335 Arkansas - 1,324,369 California - 13,720,462 Colorado - 2,224,603 Connecticut - 1,494,019 Delaware - 409…,757 Florida - 9,026,965 Georgia - 4,102,992 Hawaii - 522,305 Idaho - 674,394 Illinois - 5,297,318 Indiana - 2,800,614 Iowa - 1,340,529 Kansas - 1,237,651 Kentucky - 1,932,599 Louisiana - 1,978,848 Maine - 725,577 Maryland - 2,391,350 Massachusetts - 2,818,940 Michigan - 4,525,480 Minnesota - 2,354,034 Mississippi - 1,281,711 Missouri - 2,723,415 Montana - 489,157 Nebraska - 801,185 Nevada - 1,183,873 New Hampshire - 617,704 New Jersey - 3,562,553 New Mexico - 908,132 New York - 8,119,364 North Carolina - 4,362,740 North Dakota - 320,909 Ohio - 5,133,446 Oklahoma - 1,674,685 Oregon - 1,684,193 Pennsylvania - 5,579,275 Rhode Island - 464,728 South Carolina - 2,157,033 South Dakota - 366,540 Tennessee - 2,829,025 Texas - 10,098,750 Utah - 993,060 Vermont - 324,389 Virginia - 3,387,654 Washington - 2,907,490 West Virginia - 881,752 Wisconsin - 2,634,781 Wyoming - 265,528 Source: US Census Bureau