**Question**: How do you express the phrase “6.7 more than the product of 5 and n” as an algebraic expression?

**Answer**: The product of 5 and n is 5n. Since the expression is 6.7 more than this product, we add 6.7 to 5n. So we get:

5n+6.7

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# How do you express the phrase “6.7 more than the product of 5 and n” as an algebraic expression?

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**Question**: How do you express the phrase “6.7 more than the product of 5 and n” as an algebraic expression?

**Answer**: The product of 5 and n is 5n. Since the expression is 6.7 more than this product, we add 6.7 to 5n. So we get:

5n+6.7

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