Many people don’t think of the “hype” house members as the “real deal” when it comes to living near their homes, but that’s a mistake, according to research from the University of Cambridge.
In a study, participants were asked to estimate the size of a house, the number of bedrooms, and the number and size of bathrooms.
Then, the researchers asked the participants to estimate how many rooms the house occupied, how many bathrooms there were, and how much electricity the house used.
Participants estimated the total energy use per room at 4.2 kilowatts per person per night, the study found.
This isn’t much, but it’s an average of more than 20 people per room.
The average power consumption per person in the United States is less than half that, the scientists wrote in their paper.
They also looked at how much energy was used by a typical house, using a standard model.
That model would estimate that a typical home uses about 5.8 kilowatt-hours per year, about 1.6 times more energy than the average house in the US.
A typical house would require about 7,000 to 10,000 watts of electricity per year to operate, meaning a typical power bill for a typical household would be about $5,000 a year.
In other words, it’s hard to imagine living in a home without a large amount of electricity.
The house members also used about 9,000 kilowat-hours of electricity each year.
If a typical American household used 5.2 megawatt-hour per year per person, a typical person would need to use more than 100 megawatts of electricity to run the typical home, the authors wrote.
This is even more extreme than people might expect, because the average person would be spending roughly one-third of that electricity on electricity itself.
The study looked at the energy usage of a typical US household for a year and found that it was the typical household that was the biggest energy consumer, with more than 1,000 megawatts, or about 6 percent of the household’s energy use.
Another way to think about this is that it takes more energy to produce the energy that people use than it takes to get rid of it, the paper found.
The most efficient way to get away with a high level of energy use is to burn less energy than you consume, the research found.
However, this can be difficult when you have a large household, and this can create energy savings, the experts wrote.
“For the vast majority of households, energy use and the energy cost of electricity are similar to one another.
However in the case of very large households, a large portion of energy usage is concentrated in a single room and is not shared among many rooms or bedrooms,” the authors write.
“When energy use by a household increases significantly, then the household may be required to expend a larger share of its energy than it would otherwise.
This increase in energy use may be due to a reduction in energy-efficiency in the home, increased energy consumption due to increased energy-consumption requirements for the home or other factors.”