Hi,

I have just started a calulus class (i'm a high school senior) and we've been introduced to limits.

I am unsure of how to facor the following

$\displaystyle

lim (x^2+5x)/(x+4)

$

With the limit approaching zero.

I factored it to:

x(x+5)/(x+4)

and got a limit of zero. Is that the final answer or is there another way to get another value?

Thanks in advance for your help!