Take the number of days in a leap year, then add the number of months with at least 30 days, then divide by the number of loaves in a baker's dozen, then add the number of days in March, then add the square root of nine, and finally divide by the number of days in a week to obtain the value \(n.\)

What is the \(n\)th month?

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