Question 2It depends,as if n is 1,5+n would be bigger than 5n because 5+1 is 6 while 5n would give us 5(1)=5.However,for numbers bigger than 1,5n would be bigger than 5+1.For example,if n is 5,5n would give us 5(5)=25 while 5+n would give us 5+5=10.
5n is larger than 5 + n because if n is 5, 5 x 5 will be 25 while 5 + 5 will be 10. But if the value of n is 1, none of them is larger than the other.
It depends on the value of n if n is 10, 5+10=15 and 5 x 10=50, so 5xn is bigger. But if n = 1, n+5=6 while n x 5= 5 and n+5 will be bigger
There are two answers to this question. The first answer: If the value of n is 1 or smaller, then (5 + n) > 5n.For example, if n = (-1), then 5 + (-1) = 4 and 5n = (-5) and therefore 4 > (-5) and (5 + n) > 5n.The second answer:If the value of n is 2 or larger, then 5n > (5 + n).For example, if n = 4, then 5(4) = 20 and 5 + 4 = 9, therefore 20 > 9 and 5n > (5 + n).
5n is usually bigger than 5+n in most situations except this condition-> (when n is 1) 5n=5x1=5 which is smaller than 5+n=5+1=6. In other situations, (e.g.when n is 2 or 6)5n=5x2=10 which is bigger than 5+n=5=2=7 / 5n=5x6=30 which is also bigger than 5+n=5+6=11 and in some situations, both are the same.
It depend on what number is n.If n is 1, 5+n is bigger .If n is 2,5n i bigger.
It depends on what number is n. it can be any number like 8, 10. Sometimes, 5n can be bigger than 5+n, but some other time, 5+n is bigger. and most rarely, they are the same
5n would usually be larger than 5+n when n is 2 or more but when n is 1, 5+n would be larger than 5n.
It really depends on the value of n but usually 5n is bigger except if n is 1 or 0 then 5+n will be bigger.
In this case, both of them can be larger than the other. Because, if n= 1, 5+n will be 5+1=6 and 5n= 5x1=5, so 5+n will be larger. However, if n= is a number that is greater than 1, example: 2, 5+n= 5+2=7 and 5n= 5x2=10, so 5n will be larger.
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Second Question Which is Larger, 5 + n or 5 NLet N be 4 So 5 + N = 5 + 4 = 9So 5 N = 5 of N = 5 x 4 = 20so obviously, 5 N > 5 + NHowever, It can be 5 + N > 5 N because:Let N be 1So 5 + N = 5 + 1 = 6So 5 N = 5 of 1 = 5 x 1 = 5 So as you can see, it really depend on what is the number.
The answer to this question varies, it is based one the value of the algebra. For example, If n=1, 5+n= 5+1=6, 5n= 5x1=5. For this case 5+n is greater than 5n.For another case, if n=5, 5+n= 5+5=10, 5n= 5x5=25. In this case, 5n is larger than 5+n, thus the answer of this question varies. It can be either larger or smaller than the another number.
5+n or 5n can be larger as the value of n can determine which one is larger.If n is 2 ,then 5+n will be 5+2 which adds up to 7.For 5n , it would be 2x5 which is 10. Thus 5n would be larger in this scenario.In another scenario,if n is 1,5n+1 would be 6 and 5n would be five. Therefore 5+n can also be larger
There are various answers to this question.1)If the value of n is smaller than/equals to 1,then (5 + n) < 5n. E.g (5+1 = 6 ) ＞(5x1)2)If the value of n is greater then 1,then 5n > (5 + n). E.gn = 4, then 5(4) = 20 and 5 + 4 = 9, therefore 20 > 9 and 5n > (5 + n).
It really depends, because if "n" is 10, 5 X 10 is 50, while 5 + 10 is 15, so in this case, 5n is larger than 5+n.But, if "n" is 0.5, 0.5 X 5 is 2.5, while 0.5 + 5 is 5.5. So it really depends what "n" is.
Question 2)If the value of n is 1,then 5n < 5+n as 5xn=5x1=5 and 5+n =5+1=6But if the value of n is bigger than one e.g. (2 to infinity), 5n> 5+nbecause if n is 2, 5xn=5x2=10 while 5+n=5+2=7
It depends on what n = to.Example if n=5It would be 5+5=105x5=25Example if n=15+1=65x1=5By looking at this we understand that it depends on what n = to.
It basically depends what n's value is.For example,if n=2 ,then 5+2=7 which is smaller than 5x2=10.However,if n=1,5+n will be larger than 5n as 5+1 is larger then 5x1.In a nutshell, the result of both will depend on the value of n
It depends on the value of n. For instance if n is equal to 1 then 5n is smaller than 5 + n. If n is equal to 4 then 5n is larger than 5+n
It totally depends on what n equals to e.g. if n equals to a negative integer or less than 1 ,then 5n would be smaller,but if n equals to a positive integer larger than 1 ,then 5n would be larger.
If n is 1,then5n is smaller because the ans is 5 and 5+n is 6.If n is 2, then5n is greater than 5+n because the ans is 10 and 5+n is 7.
5+n is just 5 added by another n,but 5n means 5 X n.Take an example.Say n is 5.so 5+5=to 10,while 5X5=25.Hence,5n is bigger than 5+n.
5n.Let n be 3. So when adding 5+n=>5+3=8. However 5n represents 5 x n=>so 5 x 3 =15 thus 5n is bigger