Juliet has attempted 213 problems on Brilliant and solved 210 of them correctly. Her friend Romeo has just joined Brilliant, and has attempted 4 problems and solved 2 correctly. From now on, Juliet and Romeo will attempt all the same new problems. Find the minimum number of problems they must attempt before it is possible that Romeo's ratio of correct solutions to attempted problems will be greater than Juliet's.

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