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which statement about the senate is true?

which statement about the senate is true?
a. it has two members from each state
b. its members are chosen by state legislatures
c. each member represents one congressional district
d. seats are apportioned among the states according to their populations

The Fact that all congressional districts in a state must have about the same number of the people so that one person's vote is equal to another's, is due to the
A. reapportionment Act of 1929
B. Wesberry v. Sanders ruling
C. 17th amendment
D. Census Beureau

The number of senate held by each state is
A. Set by the Census Beureau
B. Based on state populations
C. The same as the number of house seats
D. Fixed by the constitution

The Framers of the constitution favored bicameralism because
A. Two houses could block the acts of a single president
B. It allowed for fair and equal representation of the state at the national level
C. Great Britain had only one house of parliament
D. One house would spend more many than two.

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