The rate at which your home consumes electricity is measured in kilowatts. If your home consumes electrucity at the rate of one killowatt per hour, you will be charged for one "kilowatt-hour" of electricity. Suppose that the average consumption rate for a certain household is modeled by the function C(t) = 3.9 - 2.4sin(pi*t/12), where C(t) is measured in kilowatts and t is the number of hours past midnight. Find the average daily consumption for this home in kilowatt-hours.

So at first I figured just to integrate C(t) from 0 to 24. When I did that, I got 93.6 kilowatts. However, the problem wants the units in kilowatt-hours. So I'm not really sure how to convert the units without changing the answer to average hourly consumption. Any suggestions?