Depends on what n is.If n is 1, then 5+n is bigger as the answer will be 6 and 5n will be 5.If n is 3, then 5+n is smaller as the answer is 8 and 5n will be 15.
It relies on what n is,as it can vary.Case 1:When n is equal to 1,then 5 + n is greater as 5 + 1 is greater than 5 x 1. Case 2:When n is equal to 2,then 5 x n is greater as 5 x 2 is greater than 5 + 2.
It depends. If n is 1, 5+1=6 and 5x1=5, therefore 5+n is bigger.If n is 2, 5+2=7 and 5x2+10, therefore 5n is bigger.
It depends all on what n is.If n is 1, 5+n is larger as it now 6.BUT if n is more than 1, 5n will be larger as it would be 5xn instead of 5+n
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It depends on what n is.If n is 1 then 5+n is bigger than 5nIf n is 5, then 5n is bigger than 5+n
It depends on the value of n Example 1: Let N be 05+0=5 5x0=0 If n is 1 or lesser , 5+n will be larger than 5n_________________Example 2 : Let n be 2 5+2=7 5x2=10If n is greater than 1, 5n would be larger than 5+n
The answer is not possible to tell.If n=0, 5 x 0 = 0 and 5 + 0 = 5If n=3, 5 x 3 = 15 and 5 + 3 = 8
Not possible to tellIf n=15+1=6(5+n)5x1=1(5xn)In this case,(5+n) is greater than (5xn)If n=35+3=8(5+n)5x3=15(5xn)In this case,(5+n) is smaller than (5xn)So it depends
If n is equal to 1, 5+n is larger than 5n.5+n would be equal to 6 and 5n would be equal to 5 so 5 + n is larger.If n is larger than 1, 5n would be larger than 5+n. e.g. 5x7 would be equal to 35 and 5+7 would be equal to 12 so 5n would be larger
There can be three answers:1.(n)=1 : 5+n is bigger than 5n as 5+n will be 6 while 5n will be 5.2.(n)=1.25 : 5+n is equal to 5n as both are 6.25.3.(n)=2 : 5+n is smaller than 5n as 5+n will be 7 while 5n will be 10
If n is 1:5 + n=65n=5 x 1=1So 5+n is larger.If n is 25n=5 x 2 =105+2=7So 5n is larger
It really depends on what n isIf n is 1, then 5+1=6 and 5x1=5so 5+n will be bigger.If n is 6, then 6+5=11 and 5x6=30so 5n will be bigger
It depends on the value of n is. (E.G.)If n = 0/1,5+n= 5+0= 5 or 5+n=5+1=6and 5n=5xn=5x1=5 or5n=5xn=5x0=0through this the 5+n will be bigger if n=bigger than 1.(E.G.)If n=3.5+n=5+3=8 and 5n=5x3=15through this the 5n will be bigger.
It really depends on the value of (n). Lets's say for example if (n) is 1 ,1)5+n=5+1=62)5(1)=5so 5+(n) is bigger
The answer really depends on the value of n. Here are two scenarios on what can happenSCENARIO 1:n = 1 5+1=6 5 multiply 1 = 5 so 5+n is bigger SCENARIO 2 n =2 5+2=7 5 multiply by 2 = 10 so 5n is bigger.
Answer for question 2:scenario 1:(n=1)5+n=65n=5 times n=5scenario 2:(n=5)5+n=105n= 5 times n=25So, the answer to this question really depends on the value of n
It depends on what "n" equals to Case #1If '"n" = 1 5+1 =65 x 1 =5Therefore 5+"n" is largerCase 2 'n'=25+2=75(2)=10Therefore 5n is larger
it depends on what n is.#1:(n is 1) 5+n=5+1=6 5n=5 x 1 +5#2:(n is 3) 5+n=5+3=8 5n=5 x 3=15
It depends on the value of n.Example 1 5n>5 -In this case 5n>n+5.Example 2 5n<5-In this case 5n<5+n
In this case, it really depends on what the value of "n" really is. There is two possible scenarios:#1: If "n" = 15+n = 5+1 = 65n = 5x1 = 5In this case, 5+n is larger than 5n.#2: If "n" = 55+n = 5+5 = 105n = 5x5 = 25In this case, 5n is larger than 5+n.
If n is 1 or 0e.g0 x 5=0 0+5=5 So n+5>5nIf n > 1e.g.2x5=105+2=7So 5n > 5+n
It actually depends.#1 n=1n+5=1+5 =65n=5*1 =5In this case, n+5>5n#2 n=2n+5=2+5 =75n=5*2 =10In this case, 5+n<5n