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$100 Question from the Branches What is the overall jobs of all 3 Branches? $100 Question from the Branches What is the overall jobs of all 3 Branches?

$100 Answer from the Branches Legislative-Make the laws Executive-Enforces the laws Judicial-Interprets the laws $100 Answer from the Branches Legislative-Make the laws Executive-Enforces the laws Judicial-Interprets the laws

$200 Question from the Branches The United States Constitution set up a bicameral legislature $200 Question from the Branches The United States Constitution set up a bicameral legislature called?

$200 Answer from the Branches Congress $200 Answer from the Branches Congress

$300 Question from the Branches How many Senators from New York are in the $300 Question from the Branches How many Senators from New York are in the United States Senate?

$300 Answer from the Branches 2 $300 Answer from the Branches 2

$400 Question from the Branches Which branch has the Commander in Chief of the $400 Question from the Branches Which branch has the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces?

$400 Answer from the Branches Executive $400 Answer from the Branches Executive

$500 Question from the Branches Which law can declare laws unconstitutional? Which branch can $500 Question from the Branches Which law can declare laws unconstitutional? Which branch can declare war?

$500 Answer from the Branches Judicial Executive $500 Answer from the Branches Judicial Executive

$100 Question from plans/laws/compromises What is the Virginia Plan? $100 Question from plans/laws/compromises What is the Virginia Plan?

$100 Answer from plans/laws/compromises 2 -house legislature with the number of representatives depending on $100 Answer from plans/laws/compromises 2 -house legislature with the number of representatives depending on the population

$200 Question from plans/laws/compromises What is the New Jersey Plan? $200 Question from plans/laws/compromises What is the New Jersey Plan?

$200 Answer from plans/laws/compromises One house legislature with each state having on vote $200 Answer from plans/laws/compromises One house legislature with each state having on vote

$300 Question from plans/laws/compromises What is the 3/5 compromise? $300 Question from plans/laws/compromises What is the 3/5 compromise?

$300 Answer from plans/laws/compromises Every five slaves would count as three free people $300 Answer from plans/laws/compromises Every five slaves would count as three free people

$400 Question from plans/laws/compromises During the struggle over ratification of the Constituion, Federalists and $400 Question from plans/laws/compromises During the struggle over ratification of the Constituion, Federalists and Anti-federalists disagree mainly over?

$400 Answer from plans/laws/compromises The division of power between the national government and the $400 Answer from plans/laws/compromises The division of power between the national government and the states

$500 Question from plans/laws/compromises What is the Great Compromise? $500 Question from plans/laws/compromises What is the Great Compromise?

$500 Answer from plans/laws/compromises Created a 2 house legislature 1) House of representatives with $500 Answer from plans/laws/compromises Created a 2 house legislature 1) House of representatives with the number or reps depending on the population 2) Senate- with each state having 2 reps

$100 Question from the Constitution Why was the Constitutional Convention called? $100 Question from the Constitution Why was the Constitutional Convention called?

$100 Answer from the Constitution To discuss and correct the weaknesses of the New $100 Answer from the Constitution To discuss and correct the weaknesses of the New York State Constitution

$200 Question from the Constitution Who proposed the convention? $200 Question from the Constitution Who proposed the convention?

$200 Answer from the Constitution James Madison and Alexander Hamilton $200 Answer from the Constitution James Madison and Alexander Hamilton

$300 Question from the Constitution At the Constitutional Convention of 1787 the Great Compromise $300 Question from the Constitution At the Constitutional Convention of 1787 the Great Compromise solved a major conflict between the delegates with centered on the issue of?

$300 Answer from the Constitution • Determining the basis for representation in congress $300 Answer from the Constitution • Determining the basis for representation in congress

$400 Question from the Constitution • Why did delegates to the Constitutional Convention write $400 Question from the Constitution • Why did delegates to the Constitutional Convention write a new constitution?

$400 Answer from Judicial Branch • They believed that a stronger central government was $400 Answer from Judicial Branch • They believed that a stronger central government was necessary

$500 Question from the Constitution • What is the constitution? $500 Question from the Constitution • What is the constitution?

$500 Answer from the Constitution • A written plan $500 Answer from the Constitution • A written plan

$100 Question from Federalism What is federalism? $100 Question from Federalism What is federalism?

$100 Answer from Federalism Sharing of power between federal and state government. $100 Answer from Federalism Sharing of power between federal and state government.

$200 Question from Federalism Why did the Anti-Federalists oppose the new Constitution? $200 Question from Federalism Why did the Anti-Federalists oppose the new Constitution?

$200 Answer from Federalism They thought it gave too much power to the national $200 Answer from Federalism They thought it gave too much power to the national government

$300 Question from Federalism What are the examples o enumerated powers? $300 Question from Federalism What are the examples o enumerated powers?

$300 Answer from Federalism • • • a. Regulate interstate & foreign trade b. $300 Answer from Federalism • • • a. Regulate interstate & foreign trade b. Raise/support armed forces c. Declare war/make peace d. Coin and print money e. Regulate immigration

$400 Question from Federalism What are examples of reserved powers? $400 Question from Federalism What are examples of reserved powers?

$400 Answer from Federalism • a. Establish and maintain public schools • b. Set $400 Answer from Federalism • a. Establish and maintain public schools • b. Set up local governments and conduct elections • c. Licensing professional workers (doctors, lawyers, teachers) • d. Ratify constitutional amendments

$500 Question from Federalism What are examples of Concurrent powers? $500 Question from Federalism What are examples of Concurrent powers?

$500 Answer from Federalism a. Collect taxes b. Make and enforce laws c. Borrow $500 Answer from Federalism a. Collect taxes b. Make and enforce laws c. Borrow money d. Establish and maintain courts

Final Jeopardy Which provision was included in the United States Constitution to allow it Final Jeopardy Which provision was included in the United States Constitution to allow it to adapt to changing times?

 • The Amendment process • The Amendment process