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Thanks in advance. What are the odds that you will eventually know someone involved in a mass shooting event in the U.S.?population in 2017: 324,459,4631802 mass shooting victims in 2017.007 population increase per yearassume each person knows 3650 (50x73) other persons during lifetimeassume 2017 shooting statistics remain levelassume growth rate remains constantcalculate for newborn persons in 2017, no need to go back in timeMany, many thanks in advance!*****@******.***
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