The only thing i could find on the Stevens model 15-A .22 rifle, i found one selling for $50 on auction. Is there any markings or serial numbers on the gun.
The singleshot Stevens 15A and 15B .22 rifles are worth %50 to $150, depending on the condition. The higher-end price seems to keep them sitting around for quite a while.
I can't say for certain the age of the Stevens 15B but I can tell you I bought mine brand new between 1962 and 1965. I was a young lad so it's hard to remember. If I recall correctly, I paid between $25 to $30 for it. I still have it and it is one of the most fun rifles I have owned.
I am not sure, but I hope at least $75 dollars because that is what I paid for one today. Fair condition at best. Brought it home and shot it and was not extremly impressed.
Minimal value of $40-$125 US depending on the condition.
3(2b2 - 5b - 2)
10ab + 15b = 5b (2a + 3)
Re-ordering it : 13a - a -15b + 2b = 12a - 13b
15b+2-13 = 13b+6-4b 15b-11 = 9b+6 15b-9b = 6+11 6b = 17 b =17/6 or 2 and 5/6
3 x 5 x b = 15b No exponents required.
15b/39b4 = 5/13*b-3
15b + 13c - 12b + 10c + 8 = 3b + 23c + 8
The original brochure can be found here: http://brochures.slosh.com/It appears the standard size was E78-15B which converts to a P195/75R15Some of the optional sizes were 7.00-15C, 6.50-16C, 10-16.5C, G78-15B, H78-15B, and L78-15B.http://www.turbinecar.com/tires.htm has a very thorough list of conversion tables to obtain modern size equivalents.
The .410 is a popular gun. A Springfield .410 in good used condition usually carries a price ranging from $75 to $150 at gunshows. The better the condition, the higher the price. The Stevens 15B is worth maybe $100 tops, even in excellent condition. I bought one at the big Sioux Falls show last year for $45 in really nice shape.
The LCM is 180abc.
The GCF is 5b.
The Electric Company - 1971 15B 6-15 was released on: USA: 5 November 1976
In the expression '15b + 23b + 10', the coefficients are 15, 23, and 10.If you simplify the expression to '38b + 10", then the coefficients are 38 and 10.
Divide 300 by 15 to get the answer. The answer is 300/15.
The GCF is 5b. 5b squared is 25b or (5 x 5) x b 15b is (3 x 5) x b Therefore; 5 x b in each or 5b is GCF
Mike is 30; Bill is 2. m = 15b m - 28 = b 15b - 28 = b 14b = 28 b = 2 m = 15(2) = 30
If the sum of the digits in a two-digit number is 15, and the number is 6 more than 15 times the units digit, the number is 96. Let A and B be the digits. (A is the tens digit and B is the units digit) A + B = 15, therefore A = 15 - B 10A + B = 15B + 6Substituting for A, and solving for B...10(15 - B) + B = 15B + 6150 - 10B + B = 15B + 6150 - 9B = 15B + 6144 - 9B = 15B144 = 24BB = 6 Back substitute B into first equation and solve for A...A + 6 = 15A = 9 Therefore, the digits are 9 and 6, so the number is 96.