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Here is a list of completed sales on eBay, highest prices first.

Green prices means they sold.

http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_nkw=Singer+15-91&_in_kw=1&_ex_kw=&_sacat=0&LH_Complete=1&_udlo=&_udhi=&_ftrt=901&_ftrv=1&_sabdlo=&_sabdhi=&_samilow=&_samihi=&_sadis=15&_stpos=&_sargn=-1%26saslc%3D1&_salic=1&_sop=3&_dmd=1&_ipg=100

Green prices means they sold.

http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_nkw=Singer+15-91&_in_kw=1&_ex_kw=&_sacat=0&LH_Complete=1&_udlo=&_udhi=&_ftrt=901&_ftrv=1&_sabdlo=&_sabdhi=&_samilow=&_samihi=&_sadis=15&_stpos=&_sargn=-1%26saslc%3D1&_salic=1&_sop=3&_dmd=1&_ipg=100

Mar 28, 2015 | Singer Sewing Machines

press the link (green means sold, red unsold)

see what best fits your model and take the price suggestion

Good Luck Mike ! 455results for chainsaw remington

see what best fits your model and take the price suggestion

Good Luck Mike ! 455results for chainsaw remington

Apr 23, 2014 | Garden

It's collectable, but really isn't worth much at all even in absolutely perfect and fully functional condition. Plenty were made, they're not that special, they certainly aren't usable any more and so they have very limited appeal.

The few really good ones I've seen over the last ten years or so have typically sold for around £40-£50 maximum, and often haven't sold on the first attempt. In any other condition they're either worthless or go for up to £20-£30 depending upon how much interest there is on the day. Basically they are simply worth what any buyer is prepared to pay when you happen to sell them. Id sold at auction, collectors rarely compete as they know another one will be along shortly.

My prices are UK indicators, you can expect prices in N.America to be around 30% lower and in mainland Europe to be around 10-15% lower.

The few really good ones I've seen over the last ten years or so have typically sold for around £40-£50 maximum, and often haven't sold on the first attempt. In any other condition they're either worthless or go for up to £20-£30 depending upon how much interest there is on the day. Basically they are simply worth what any buyer is prepared to pay when you happen to sell them. Id sold at auction, collectors rarely compete as they know another one will be along shortly.

My prices are UK indicators, you can expect prices in N.America to be around 30% lower and in mainland Europe to be around 10-15% lower.

Sep 20, 2011 | Kodak Photography

The keyword is 40% OFF.That means the price you paid is only 100%-40%=60% of the full price.

Let x be that full price.

Then 60% of x is .6*x, and it is equal to 6600

The equation is .6*x=6600 and

x=6600/.6= 11 000dollars

Let x be that full price.

Then 60% of x is .6*x, and it is equal to 6600

The equation is .6*x=6600 and

x=6600/.6= 11 000

Sep 09, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Ah, word problems! The trick is to convert the given information into two equations in two unknowns. Let's let S be the number of solid color rolls sold, and P be the number of print rolls.

The first equation is easy:

(eq. 1): S + P = 480

We're given that information: the total number of rolls sold. For the second equation, use the given price information ($4/roll for the plain, $6/roll for the print).

(eq. 2): 4S + 6P = 2340

Again, we're given the total sales, and we know how much each kind costs.

Now it's just some basic algebra. Let's rearrange equation 1 to get S by itself:

S = 480 - P

Then use that value in equation 2, and solve for P:

4S + 6P =2340

4(480 - P) + 6P = 2340

1920 - 4P + 6P = 2340

2P = 420

P = 210

Now we know that the MLHS band sold 210 rolls of print paper, which means they sold 270 rolls of solid. You can your answers in the original equations. If they are the right values, both equations will work out.

270 + 210 = 480, eq. 1 is right.

(4 x 270) + (6 X 210) = 1080 + 1260 = 2340, eq. 2 checks.

The first equation is easy:

(eq. 1): S + P = 480

We're given that information: the total number of rolls sold. For the second equation, use the given price information ($4/roll for the plain, $6/roll for the print).

(eq. 2): 4S + 6P = 2340

Again, we're given the total sales, and we know how much each kind costs.

Now it's just some basic algebra. Let's rearrange equation 1 to get S by itself:

S = 480 - P

Then use that value in equation 2, and solve for P:

4S + 6P =2340

4(480 - P) + 6P = 2340

1920 - 4P + 6P = 2340

2P = 420

P = 210

Now we know that the MLHS band sold 210 rolls of print paper, which means they sold 270 rolls of solid. You can your answers in the original equations. If they are the right values, both equations will work out.

270 + 210 = 480, eq. 1 is right.

(4 x 270) + (6 X 210) = 1080 + 1260 = 2340, eq. 2 checks.

Dec 13, 2010 | Computers & Internet

Answer A:

45 dozen: 12 x 45 = 540

Destroyed: 15% of 540 = 540 x (15/100) = 81

Remaining: 540 - 81 = 459

A profit of 265 means that 459 items must sell at 2700+265=2965 naira or 2965/459=6.46 naira approximately.

Cost per item = 6.46 or 6.5 naira approximately

Answer B:

Cost = 800 naira

8 spoilt. Remaining = 200 - 8 = 192 OR 16 dozen (12x16=192)

Selling price: 60 naira per dozen = 60 x 16 = 960 naira

Profit made (selling price - cost price) = 960 - 800 = 160 naira. Percent profit = Profit/cost x 100 = 160/800 x 100 = 20%

Percentage profit = 20%

45 dozen: 12 x 45 = 540

Destroyed: 15% of 540 = 540 x (15/100) = 81

Remaining: 540 - 81 = 459

A profit of 265 means that 459 items must sell at 2700+265=2965 naira or 2965/459=6.46 naira approximately.

Cost per item = 6.46 or 6.5 naira approximately

Answer B:

Cost = 800 naira

8 spoilt. Remaining = 200 - 8 = 192 OR 16 dozen (12x16=192)

Selling price: 60 naira per dozen = 60 x 16 = 960 naira

Profit made (selling price - cost price) = 960 - 800 = 160 naira. Percent profit = Profit/cost x 100 = 160/800 x 100 = 20%

Percentage profit = 20%

Oct 12, 2010 | Computers & Internet

If you mean a price as in value, the best place to check is eBay.

In the last two weeks, 13 of them were listed, 10 sold. The best price was 107$ for a body with the 50mm 1.7 lens. The rest were 1/2 that or lower...

In the last two weeks, 13 of them were listed, 10 sold. The best price was 107$ for a body with the 50mm 1.7 lens. The rest were 1/2 that or lower...

Mar 28, 2008 | Photography

Lets say Your

MRP = 199

BESTSALE = 130

Now you want to calculate that howmuch percentage of BESTSALE i.e 130, will be added to get MRP i.e. 199.

If m right what do you want, then use the following formula:

Percentage = ((MRP/BESTSALE) - 1) x 100

In your case 199/130 = 1.5307....

So 1.5307 - 1 = 0.5307

Then 0.5307 x 100 = 53.07 %

Thanks

Iqbal

MRP = 199

BESTSALE = 130

Now you want to calculate that howmuch percentage of BESTSALE i.e 130, will be added to get MRP i.e. 199.

If m right what do you want, then use the following formula:

Percentage = ((MRP/BESTSALE) - 1) x 100

In your case 199/130 = 1.5307....

So 1.5307 - 1 = 0.5307

Then 0.5307 x 100 = 53.07 %

Thanks

Iqbal

Mar 10, 2008 | Office Equipment & Supplies

SAME thing happened to me, I love the camera but the switch broke off gotta use a pen or other small object to slide it over. I want a repair but hp said it will cost the same price as buying a new camera. I HATE HP!!!

Brad

Brad

Jan 28, 2008 | HP Photosmart R707 Digital Camera

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