**Answer: i dont know man it proably will because Computer engineers chose to introduce randomness into computers in the form of pseudorandom number generators. As the name suggests, pseudo-random numbers are not truly random.**

**Rather, they are computed from a mathematical formula or simply taken from a precalculated**

**list. A lot of research has gone into pseudo-random number theory and modern algorithms for**

**generating them are so good that the numbers look exactly like they were really random. Pseudorandom numbers have the characteristic that they are predictable, meaning they can be predicted**

**if you know where in the sequence the first number is taken from. For some purposes, predictability**

**is a good characteristic, for others it is not.**

**Random numbers are used for computer games but they are also used on a more serious scale**

**for the generation of cryptographic keys and for some classes of scientific experiments. For scientific**

**experiments, it is convenient that a series of random numbers can be replayed for use in several**

**experiments, and pseudo-random numbers are well suited for this purpose. For cryptographic use,**

**however, it is important that the numbers used to generate keys are not just seemingly random;**

**they must be truly unpredictable**

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