# math

Suppose that a vegetable vendor pays 7% interest daily on a \$10 loan. Then, suppose that this individual was able to save \$0.50 per day by drinking less tea. Calculate the number of days it would take for the vendor to no longer need to borrow money in order to purchase \$10 of vegetables (i.e. the day number on which no loan is needed).

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