# Susan Williams runs a small Flagstaff job shop where garments are made. The job shop employs eight workers. Each worker is paid ​$8 per hour. During the first week of​ March, each worker worked 45 hours.​ Together, they produced a batch of 156 garments. Of these​ garments, 54 were​ 'seconds' (meaning that they were​ flawed). The seconds were sold for$100 each at a factory outlet store. The remaining 102 garments were sold to retail outlets at a price of ​$198 per garment. What was the labor​ productivity, in dollars per​ labor-hour, at this job shop during the first week of​ March? Labor productivity​ =______ ​dollars/labor hour ​(round your response to two decimal​ places). Please don't just send the answer, I need to know how to do this. Thanks Question Susan Williams runs a small Flagstaff job shop where garments are made. The job shop employs eight workers. Each worker is paid ​$8 per hour. During the first week of​ March, each worker worked 45 hours.​ Together, they produced a batch of 156 garments. Of these​ garments, 54 were​ 'seconds' (meaning that they were​ flawed). The seconds were sold for $100 each at a factory outlet store. The remaining 102 garments were sold to retail outlets at a price of ​$198 per garment. What was the labor​ productivity, in dollars per​ labor-hour, at this job shop during the first week of​ March?

Labor productivity​ =______

​dollars/labor hour ​(round your response to two decimal​ places).

Please don't just send the answer, I need to know how to do this.  Thanks