Need serious help on a proof:
Show that if lim(an/n) = L where L>0, then lim an (n approaches inf) = inf.
What I do mean is that for every epsilon>0, there exists an N such that
for all n>N:
-epsilon< (a_n)/n-L <epsilon
nL-n epsilon< a_n < nL + n epsilon,
n(L-epsilon) < a_n < n(L+epsilon)
so if we choose a small enough epsilon, as n-> infnty a_n is trapped between
two sequences both of which go to infinity.