Math (limits)

Find the limit or state that the limit does not exist for 3sub n +2 / n

Choices
a)=0
b)does not exist
c)=3
d)=2

I believe the answer is either 3 or 2 but I can't decide which.

what is 3 sub n?

sub n means subscript

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