Points in a circle

\(N^2\) points are chosen uniformly and at random inside a circle of radius \(N\), for some positive integer \(N\).

For large \(N\), i.e. \(N \to \infty\), what is the probability that exactly one point will be within one unit of the center of the circle?

Provide your answer to three decimal places.

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