I believe the probability is 10 times what you say it is (if in % units) or 1/10th of what you say (if in /1 units)
Agreed. I got the same result: off by a factor of 10 in one direction or the other.
I've got the same result as James and Alfonso using a different method. New solvers must multiply the solution by 10 until the problem is fixed (if it is ever since it has been already 7 years from the time the issue was first seen).
Column norms of a matrix
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sum of first 'n' terms
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