How to calculate SLA times from JQL REST API results?

I'm trying to calculate the average response time for a JIRA Service Desk SLA via JQL REST API. I see the following column/value pairs that seem to be what I'm looking for, is there a way to translate this into the SLA's hours and minutes that I can then use to calculate the average?

'customfield_10101': 'com.atlassian.servicedesk.internal.sla.model.SLAValue@5921ab28'

'customfield_10100': 'com.atlassian.servicedesk.internal.sla.model.SLAValue@316bfccf'

Or is there a different way to handle this? I know there is a report that shows the graph and an average but I want to pull these numbers automatically to update an external report.

Thank you for your time.

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Pedro Felgueiras Community Champion Mar 24, 2016

I think you have your solution here

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