How do you write 5 + p in Algebra, as opposed to 5 x p? Thanks :)
With addition, you always include the '+' sign so that "Five plus p" would be "5+p"
Typically with multiplication involving numbers (5) and variables (p) you do not include any symbol so that "Five multiplied by p" would be "5p"
(you may also see multiplication with a dot instead of the multiplication sign denoted by an x)