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  1. I agree with CaptainEd. Jaynes' solution to the Bertrand paradox shows that random radius (method 2) is the only robust theoretical means of choosing random chord.
  2. That won't work, 'cause 4*9 would be 17 not 21. A variation to that theme which would work is: if second number is smaller, then [first number] + twice [second number], else, [first number] + twice second number] - 1. That is quite inelegant, and does not solve for instance of both numbers the same. Back to thinking further outside cube.
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