Math - PreCalc (12th Grade)

Which combination of limit properties is required to evaluate this limit?
lim
x->((24/x)-2x+2)^3

A) sum, difference, product, root
B) sum, difference, product, power
C) sum, difference, quotient, power
D) sum, difference, quotient, root
E) A limit does not exist.

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  1. x->4**

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  2. I chose C. Is that correct?

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  3. I guess, though product is also involved

    lim(2x) = 2 * lim(x)

    But I guess C is closest.

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