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Suppose the U.S. federal debt was $9,400,000,000,000. Let's say that the decision was made to reduce the debt by $10 million per day. How long would it take to pay off the debt at this rate? (Round your answer to the nearest year.)

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    9.4*10^12 / 10^7 = 9.4*10^5 days / 365days/year = 2575 years

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