#### Answer

$\frac{5+4x}{x}$

#### Work Step by Step

To simplify this expression, we first need to find the common denominator (the LCM), which is $x$. Therefore, we obtain:
$\frac{5}{x}+4$
=$\frac{5+4(x)}{x}$
=$\frac{5+4x}{x}$

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$\frac{5+4x}{x}$

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