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# Python 2, 43 bytes

This answer is 43 bytes not including the import statement and it's largely based on Level River St's Logo answerLevel River St's Logo answer and their use of i/(i&-i) in their code. Try it online at trinket.io

from turtle import*
for i in range(1,513):fd(9);rt(90*i/(i&-i))


Here is a picture of the output.

# Python 2, 43 bytes

This answer is 43 bytes not including the import statement and it's largely based on Level River St's Logo answer and their use of i/(i&-i) in their code. Try it online at trinket.io

from turtle import*
for i in range(1,513):fd(9);rt(90*i/(i&-i))


Here is a picture of the output.

# Python 2, 43 bytes

This answer is 43 bytes not including the import statement and it's largely based on Level River St's Logo answer and their use of i/(i&-i) in their code. Try it online at trinket.io

from turtle import*
for i in range(1,513):fd(9);rt(90*i/(i&-i))


Here is a picture of the output.

# Python 2, 43 bytes

This answer is 43 bytes not including the import statement and it's largely based on Level River St's Logo answer and their use of i/(i&-i) in their code. Picture to follow shortly. Try it online at trinket.io

from turtle import*
for i in range(1,513):fd(9);rt(90*i/(i&-i))

from turtle import*
for i in range(1,513):fd(9);rt(90*i/(i&-i))


Here is a picture of the output.

# Python 2, 43 bytes

This answer is 43 bytes not including the import statement and it's largely based on Level River St's Logo answer and their use of i/(i&-i) in their code. Picture to follow shortly. Try it online at trinket.io

from turtle import*
for i in range(1,513):fd(9);rt(90*i/(i&-i))


# Python 2, 43 bytes

This answer is 43 bytes not including the import statement and it's largely based on Level River St's Logo answer and their use of i/(i&-i) in their code. Try it online at trinket.io

from turtle import*
for i in range(1,513):fd(9);rt(90*i/(i&-i))


Here is a picture of the output.

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# Python 2, 43 bytes

This answer is 43 bytes not including the import statement and it's largely based on Level River St's Logo answer and their use of i/(i&-i) in their code. Picture to follow shortly. Try it online at trinket.io

from turtle import*
for i in range(1,513):fd(9);rt(90*i/(i&-i))