It shoulden't matter if there are repeats or not. As long as they do not apper in the same order, it woulden't really matter since I am looking to see if A^2 + B^2 is below 1. Actualy if I make 2 pairs of numbers one pair that A^2 + B^2 is less than 1, and another where it is not. Than I can generate the order in which they appear by some random factor (take a random number and each digit is used to see which of the 2 pairs I choose depending on if it's even or not).
UPDATE: I now realize what I said was wrong randomly generating true or false will not generate Pi. Random numbers are sometimes very hard to visualize
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