C. 1305. A spiral is made out of a square of side \(\displaystyle n\) units, as shown in the figure, by always breaking the line 1 unit before reaching the already existing part of the spiral. Similarly, a spiral is made out of a regular triangle of side \(\displaystyle 1.8n\) units by breaking the line 1.8 units before closing up. (The diagram shows the two spirals for the case of \(\displaystyle n = 4\).) For what value of n will the lengths of the two spirals be equal?
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