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It's just 6. Now, if it were a negative 6, the value would still be 6. The value is always the same number, but just as a positive. Again, either if it's negative or positive,… it's always going to be that number as a positive, even if it already began as a positive. I know it's somewhat confusing, but hopefully you managed to figure it out.
Less than 25 cents.
Only 1 and 613, as it is a prime number. Itself and one because 613 is a prime number
Purchased 12/21/90. Is in excellent condition.
Its worth between $500.00 US -$1000.00 US
My grandfather bought one about 10 years ago in the $400 range. There is one listed on ebay currently for $670 (has not sold), so somewhere in that range.
I gave $25 for one used and thought that was a fair price.
Its worth $500-1000.00 Doller US
This is a model called the Milan, it has been discontinued by Howard Miller. The clock is 42" tall, 12" wide and 7" inches deep made in Cherry Wood. I own one that has a movem…ent that is marked German and stamped Howard Miller. It has spring driven strike and chimes and a weight driven 8 day movement and a setting for silent or Westminster Chime. It had a suggested retail of approx $3600.00 and sold new on the internet for approx 2500.00 plus freight. eBay sales have sold in good condition on Ebay recently for $495 and $995 with out freight respectively.
You've done a fine job of it in your question. If you want to write it without those mathematical-looking numbersymbols, you could write "six hundred thirteen".