First, we have to find out how many total ounces the pack weighs.
Multiply the number of bars by the oz of each bar.
36 x 1.6 = 57.6
Divide the cost of the pack by the total oz
23.2 ÷ 57.6 = 0.40277... (Let's round it to 0.4028)
Multiply the cost per oz to by 16 (16 oz = 1 lb) to get cost per pound
0.4028 x 16 = 6.4448
Round it to the nearest hundredth, and we get that the price per pound is $6.44.