Using the Squeeze Theorem to find a limit.

We were given the hint to try using the Squeeze Theorem in order to find the limit of the sequence:

http://www.cramster.com/Answer-Board...5625006304.gif as n approaches ∞.

The expression can also be written as http://www.cramster.com/Answer-Board...6875004101.gif (taking the nth root of the expression).

I understand the concept of the squeeze theorem that I need to find functions greater and less than http://www.cramster.com/Answer-Board...6875004101.gif that limit to the same value so I can conclude that http://www.cramster.com/Answer-Board...6875004101.gif limits to that same value as well.

I don't know how to come up with those functions. It has been 2 years since I last took a calculus class, so I am very rusty with limits.

So far all I have is that 0 ≤ http://www.cramster.com/Answer-Board...6875004101.gif ≤ 2^n + 3^n.

So I can say 0 limits to 0, but then how would I evaluate

the limit of 2^n + 3^n as n approaches ∞? It would just keep getting bigger so I would have that limit as ∞. So I am stuck :(

Any help, tips, corrections, and/or suggestions is greatly appreciated.

Thank you for your time!