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what effect did the three fifths compromise have on southern states?

It helped increase the number of slaves traded ••

It gave the south the power to outvote the north

It limited the number of states that allowed slavery

It gave those states more representation in congress

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  1. Nope.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. It's D

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  3. Yes, D.

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  4. It's D

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  5. lol thx guys

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  6. ty.

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