# How do you simplify #n+5n#?

The answer is

All you have to do is combine the terms, since they are like terms.

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To simplify ( n + 5n ), you can combine the like terms:

( n + 5n = 1n + 5n = (1 + 5)n = 6n )

Therefore, ( n + 5n ) simplifies to ( 6n ).

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