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The common belief is that a page has only one Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) element. While this is technically true for any single view of a page, it's crucial to recognize that different users might identify different LCP elements when they access the same page. This variance is often tied to differing LCP values. For instance, a specific text may load faster than an image, making it the LCP for a majority of users. But for some users, due to differences in screen proportions or other factors, this text might appear smaller compared to the image, causing the image to be their LCP. Hence, it's essential to consider the diversity of user experiences when evaluating the LCP.