accounting for labor, Cost Accounting

weekly working hour 48 , hourly wage rate 15$ , price rate per unit 6$ , normal time taken per piece 36 minuets , normal output per week 220 pieces , actual output per week 275 pieces. now compute the earning of worker at straight price rate?
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