Repeated Concatenation

Concatenating four copies of 23 produces \(23 || 23 || 23 || 23 = 23232323.\)

Now, suppose you concatenate \(x\) copies of any positive integer \(n.\)

What is the minimum value of \(x\) such that the result of this concatenation is guaranteed to be a multiple of 11?

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