Product per hour is 59.49. Please give me an exact formula on how to compute this. Thanks!
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Product per minute=(product per hour)÷60 because there are 60 minutes in an hour. This is an example of simple direct proportion. 59.49/60=0.9915 or round to 0.99.

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