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Math Help - [SOLVED] Applying the limit theorems.

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    [SOLVED] Applying the limit theorems.

    Prove:

    If a_{n}/b_{n}-->L, b_{n} cannot = 0 for all n, and b_{n}-->0, then a_{n}-->0.
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    Forget it, I just solved it.

    If anyone thinks they have a unique solution, or is curious I will type up mine.
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