5n is larger than 5+n. That is because 5n is actually 5 times the number n represents, whilst 5+n is only the number that n represents plus 5. Therefore, unless n represents a negative number, 5n will have a larger magnitude than 5+n.

It depends on the value of n, If n=1, then 5+n is more than 5n as 5+n=6 and 5n=5, if the value of n is more than 1, then 5n is greater as it is 5 times of n and 5+n is just the value of n, +5.

It depends whether what value does n represent. If n's value is 1, then equation 1(5+n) will be larger than the latter(5n) However, if n's value is higher than one, the second equation will be larger than the 1st one.

5n is larger than 5+n. If n is 2, then 5n would be 5x2 which is equal to 10 but 5+n is equal to 7 only. This applies even if n is another number. So, 5n is larger.

5n is larger than 5+n, as the n variable does not change, thus the product of 5x n must be greater than 5+n, since 5n is 5 times of n, while 5+n is just 5 + that variable.

ANS: depends Explanation 5n= n+n+n+n+n If n= to less than 5... 5+n=e.g. n=1 then 1+1+1+1+1=5 5+1=6 so 5+n has a larger magnitude but If n= more than 5 n=6 then 6+6+6+6+6=30 5+6=12 so 5n has a larger magnitude

5n is definitely larger as if n=5, 5+n represents 5+5 whereas 5n represents n multiplied by 5 which is 5x5=25... and that shows that 5n is more than 5+n.

It depends on what is the value of n if n<1.25 5+n has more magnitude than 5n whereas if n>1.25 5n has more magnitude than 5+n. If n=1.25 they have the same magnitude

It depends on the unknown number n. If n's value is 1, 5+n is greater. In another case, if n is a positive number then 5n is larger than 5+n. But, if n is a negative number, 5+n will be larger than 5n.

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ReplyDeleteIt depends on what n is if n is one 5*n=5 while 5+n=6

ReplyDeleteBut if n is two then 5*n=10 while 5+n=7

It depends on what n is example if n is a fraction or decimal below 1 5+n would be larger than 5n but if n is a number above 1 5n would be larger

ReplyDelete5n is larger than 5+n. That is because 5n is actually 5 times the number n represents, whilst 5+n is only the number that n represents plus 5. Therefore, unless n represents a negative number, 5n will have a larger magnitude than 5+n.

ReplyDeleteIt is not possible to tell. If n is a positive number than 5n is larger than 5+n. However if n is a negative number, 5+n is larger than 5n.

ReplyDeleteIt depends on the value of n, If n=1, then 5+n is more than 5n as 5+n=6 and 5n=5, if the value of n is more than 1, then 5n is greater as it is 5 times of n and 5+n is just the value of n, +5.

ReplyDeleteIt depends whether what value does n represent. If n's value is 1, then equation 1(5+n) will be larger than the latter(5n) However, if n's value is higher than one, the second equation will be larger than the 1st one.

ReplyDelete5n is larger than 5+n. If n is 2, then 5n would be 5x2 which is equal to 10 but 5+n is equal to 7 only. This applies even if n is another number. So, 5n is larger.

ReplyDelete5n is larger than 5+n, as the n variable does not change, thus the product of 5x n must be greater than 5+n, since 5n is 5 times of n, while 5+n is just 5 + that variable.

ReplyDeleteANS: depends

ReplyDeleteExplanation

5n= n+n+n+n+n

If n= to less than 5...

5+n=e.g. n=1 then 1+1+1+1+1=5

5+1=6

so 5+n has a larger magnitude

but

If n= more than 5

n=6 then 6+6+6+6+6=30

5+6=12

so 5n has a larger magnitude

It depends on the variable n. If n = 1, 5+n would be more than 5n however if n is 2, 5n would be more than 5+n.

ReplyDeleteIt is not possible to tell let's say n=1, that would be 5n=5. That is smaller than 1+5, which is 6. So therefore you cannot determine which is bigger.

ReplyDelete5n

ReplyDeleteassuming that n = 5

n+5 = 10

5n = 25

so 5n is greater

Assuming n's value is 1.

ReplyDelete5 + 1 = 6

(5)(1) = 5

Assuming n's value is 2.

5 + 2 = 7

(5)(2) = 10

So, it is not possible to tell whether if 5 + n or 5n is larger than the other.

It all depends on the variable, n.

5n is definitely larger as if n=5, 5+n represents 5+5 whereas 5n represents n multiplied by 5 which is 5x5=25...

ReplyDeleteand that shows that 5n is more than 5+n.

Err, to add on to mine, sometimes when n=1, the 5+n would be greater, if not, 5n would be greater

ReplyDeleteIt depends on what is the value of n if n<1.25 5+n has more magnitude than 5n whereas if n>1.25 5n has more magnitude than 5+n. If n=1.25 they have the same magnitude

ReplyDeleteDawn:

ReplyDelete5n.

Lets say that n=10.

5+10= 15

5x10=50.

THus, 5n is bigger.

If n=1 then 5+n is bigger.

ReplyDelete5+1=6

5x1=5

If n=other numbers such as 2, 5n is bigger.

5+2=7

5x2+10

It depends on the unknown number n. If n's value is 1, 5+n is greater.

ReplyDeleteIn another case, if n is a positive number then 5n is larger than 5+n. But, if n is a negative number, 5+n will be larger than 5n.

It depends on what n is. If n is 1, 5n=5 while 5+n=6.

ReplyDeleteIf n is 10, 5n=50 while 5+n=15

It depends.....

ReplyDeleteIf n it is a positive number than 5n is larger than 5 plus n. if n is a negative number, 5 plus n is larger than 5n

Depends on "n".

ReplyDeleteIf "n" = 1, 5n = 5, 5+n = 6. 5n < 5+n

If "n" = 2, 5n = 10, 5+n = 7. 5n > 5+n

It hinge on "n" so you cannot tell.

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