**Foot pounds:** Foot-pounds (ft·lbf) are a unit of work or energy in the British Imperial and US customary systems. One foot-pound is the amount of energy expended when a one-pound force is applied over a distance of one foot. This unit is often used in engineering and mechanical contexts to describe torque and work.

**Kilowatt hours:** Kilowatt-hours (kWh) are equal to 1,000 watt-hours. This unit is commonly used for measuring electrical energy consumption, especially in household and industrial contexts. Electric utility companies use kilowatt-hours to measure and bill for energy consumption.

Foot pounds | Kilowatt hours |
---|---|

764 | 0.0002877377 |

765 | 0.0002881143 |

766 | 0.0002884909 |

767 | 0.0002888675 |

768 | 0.0002892442 |

770 | 0.0002899974 |

771 | 0.0002903740 |

772 | 0.0002907506 |

773 | 0.0002911273 |

774 | 0.0002915039 |