American government

I want to make sure that my answers are correct. Can somebody check them and correct them if they aren't. Please and thank you!
1) Which of the following are formal qualifications for serving in the Senate? Select all that apply.
- must be at least 30 years old
- must be a U.S. citizen
- must have a law degree
- must have served in the armed forces

2) What kind of power does the Senate have more of than the House of Representatives?
A) executive power
B) judicial power
C) bargaining power
D) political power

3) How did the Seventeenth Amendment of the Constitution affect the process senatorial elections?
A) It allowed senators to be chosen by state legislatures.
B) It allowed senators to be appointed by the president.
C) It allowed senators to be elected by the voters in the state.
D) It allowed senators to be nominated by the House of Representatives.

I believe these are the answers I just want to make sure
1) A & B
2) D
3) B

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  1. 1) A & B - yes
    2) D - yes
    3) B - no

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    Ms. Sue
  2. Ab
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    C

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