Balls bouncing on a concave surface

A ball with zero initial velocity falls from a height of \(\frac{R}{n}\) near the vertical axis of symmetry on a concave spherical surface of radius \(R\). Assuming that the collision is elastic, it is observed that the second impact of the ball is at the lowest point of the spherical surface. Determine the value of \(n\) to the nearest integer.

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