Social Studies Practice Test Set 3

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1. The number of members in the House of Representatives per state is determined by what factor?
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2. According to the Constitution, how often must the United States take a census?
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3. What is the lowest point in the United States?
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4. How long is the term of service for a Supreme Court Justice?
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5. What is it called when the President rejects a bill proposed by congress?
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6. The Supreme Court uses the interpretation of what document as a guide in court decisions?
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7. Census data is used to determine ...
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8. What was the purpose of the Voting Rights Act?
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9. What is the largest state in the United States?
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10. The Grand Canyon is the lowest point in the United States.
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Last Updated on February 14, 2024.