Answer5n is bigger.Example 1 : (5+n) x 2n= 2n(5+n)Example 2 : (5n) x 2n= 10n

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Example 1 : (5+n) x 2n= 2n(5+n)Should be : (5+n) x 2n= 10n+(nxn)x2 =10n+(2n)x(2n) =10n+(2n)(2n) =10n+(n4)Example 2 : (5n) x 2n= 10nShould be : (5n) x 2n = 10x(n)x(n) =(10n)+(10n)n4* = (n)x(n)x(n)x(n)

The answer depends because if n is 1 then 5+n is greaterexample : 5n = 5 : 5+n = 6If n is 2 or above then 5n is greaterexample : 5n = 10 : 5+n = 7

Take n as 1 : 5n = 5 5+n=5+1=6Take n as 2 : 5n=10 5+n=5+2=7Take n as 3 : 5n=15 5+n=5+3=8Therefore, the answer will depend on the number n itself. If n is 1, 5n < 5+n . If n is 2 or higher , than 5n > 5+n.

Both may be bigger than the other depending on what n is.

5n is bigger.As 5n= 5 x nand 5+n=(5+n).

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ReplyDelete5n is bigger.

Example 1 : (5+n) x 2n= 2n(5+n)

Example 2 : (5n) x 2n= 10n

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DeleteExample 1 : (5+n) x 2n= 2n(5+n)

DeleteShould be : (5+n) x 2n= 10n+(nxn)x2

=10n+(2n)x(2n)

=10n+(2n)(2n)

=10n+(n4)

Example 2 : (5n) x 2n= 10n

Should be : (5n) x 2n = 10x(n)x(n)

=(10n)+(10n)

n4* = (n)x(n)x(n)x(n)

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ReplyDeleteThe answer depends because if n is 1 then 5+n is greater

ReplyDeleteexample : 5n = 5

: 5+n = 6

If n is 2 or above then 5n is greater

example : 5n = 10

: 5+n = 7

Take n as 1 : 5n = 5

ReplyDelete5+n=5+1=6

Take n as 2 : 5n=10

5+n=5+2=7

Take n as 3 : 5n=15

5+n=5+3=8

Therefore, the answer will depend on the number n itself. If n is 1, 5n < 5+n . If n is 2 or higher , than 5n > 5+n.

Both may be bigger than the other depending on what n is.

ReplyDelete5n is bigger.

ReplyDeleteAs 5n= 5 x n

and 5+n=(5+n).