The correct answer is D.
OBJ-5.7: A DHCP Server is a network server that automatically provides and assigns IP addresses, default gateways, and other network parameters to client devices. It relies on the standard protocol known as Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol or DHCP to respond to clients’ broadcast queries. Since you have received an APIPA address (169.254.13.52), this signifies a DHCP failure. If a user is unable to access a website by using its domain name but can by its IP address, then this indicates a DNS resolution issue instead. ARP caches rely on layer 2 addresses known as MAC addresses, not IP addresses. Duplicate IP addresses will create an error on the screen instead of issuing an APIPA address as shown in this example.