I evaluated a limit which is [limit x approaches 2 (-2x^2+4x/x-2)](adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I plugged value 2 into the limit. So, -2(4)+8/2-2 and I got 0/0.

However, I came up to three possible final answer and I am not sure which is the real final answer.

I have thought about it, and I asked for people's advice, but they all had different answers. So here is the three answer which came out from the discussion with people, 1, 2, 3.

"The answer is A)Does not exist" 1 said.

"No, the answer is B)0" this is No.2 and my idea.

"Hey, how about C)1?" 3 insisted.

So I came here to hear what people think about this. I will tell you what I tried. About answer A from person number 1, as you know, if I got an answer 7/0, the limit would be DNE(does not exists). So why not 0/0 can't be DNE?

Then how about 0? 2 and I think this is the answer but....

Is it 1 from person number 3, because 1/1 is 1, 2/2 is 1,3/3 is 1 and so forth?

Please help.

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# I have a question about the value of limit.

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