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Population for Knoxville, TN (2000): 173,890 comprising 82,390 (47.4%) males and 91,500 (52.6%) females.
Location: The elevation is 889 feet above sea level. Located in Knox County, it covers an area of 92.7 square miles.
Zip code/s for the area: 37914..37924, 37927..37933, 37938..37940, 37995..37999, 37902, 37912, 37909, 37950, 37990, 37901.
Calculated median demographics: Resident age: 33.4 years  |  Household income: $27,492  |  House value: $78,000
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Knoxville is considered the hub of Tennessee. Society is family oriented and the Appalachian heritage is obvious. There are several engineering, law and business schools. The quality of life is quite impressive as well.
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