A cube is circumscribed in a sphere. What is the probability that a point (taken randomly) lies inside the sphere, but outside the cube.

If the answer is of the form \((1-\dfrac{1}{\lambda})\) , then what is the value of \(\lambda\). (rounded off up to 3 decimal places)

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