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The probability that a randomly selected resident doesn’t live in Tennessee:

The total census (including the population of Tennessee) is 303,824,640, and theTennessee population is 6,214,888, so the number of people living in the U.S. outside of Tennessee is:

303,824,640 - 6,214,888 = 297,609,752

And the probability that a randomly selected resident doesn’t live in Tennessee is:

297,609,752 / 303,824,640 = 0.9795 approximately.

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