# [Real Analysis] Let $a>1$ and $K>0$. Show that there exists $n_0∈N$ such that $a^{n_0}>K$.

Let $a>1$ and $K>0$. Show that there exists $n_0∈N$ such that

$a^{n_0}>K$.

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