You are given a dartboard of radius \(r\) and an infinite number of darts. When you throw a dart at the dartboard, it always strikes the dartboard, but you don't necessarily control where it strikes.

You are about to throw \(n\) darts. What is the minimum value of \(n\) such that there *must* be a pair of darts that are closer than \(r\) to each other?

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**Note**: The point of each dart is one-dimensional. Darts can be thrown onto the edge of the dartboard.

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