As in the original

Row of Towers, consider assemblage of unit squares in the form of n towers with heights 1,2,...,n forming a polyomino. In that problem you found the maximum possible perimeter for a given value of n.

Now consider all possible rows of towers for a given n. What is the probability a randomly chosen tower will have the maximum perimeter?

The required probability is 1/comb((floor((n-1)/2)+1,floor((n-1)/2)..

*Edited on ***March 2, 2024, 7:53 am**