It depends on your definition of marginal revenue. If you think marginal revenue is the amount of money that you make every month, then marginal revenue (which you could call marginal revenue per every hour you work) is the amount of money that you make per hour.

My definition of marginal revenue is more of a matter of money or profit. I’m not saying you can’t be a marginal figure; I’m saying that you can’t be a marginal figure. In fact, it’s sometimes hard to tell if you’re seeing it or not; it’s always the same thing.

So what you do is look at marginal revenue and what you see is that marginal revenue per hour which you can call the marginal revenue you make per hour would not be a good idea.

For example, if you make \$1 an hour and that is the marginal revenue that you make per hour, then you are making \$1 per hour and thats not a good idea. So, look at marginal revenue and then compare that to your hours of work, and make sure you are not getting an excessive amount of hours of work per dollar you make (or profit).

Here’s a look at the first ten hours of one’s work.

That’s the marginal revenue that you make per hour. If you make 1 an hour, then that is the marginal revenue that you make per hour. You also get a few small things like work hours and free work hours.

For example, if you make \$100 an hour you are making \$1.00 an hour. So if you make \$100 an hour, you will make \$100 an hour. You will not make an excessive amount of work per hour.