Government

1. How is the supreme court equal to the other branches of government?

a. It has the same powers as the legislative branch and executive branch.
b. It enforces the laws along with the president.
c It creates laws like the legislative branch.
d. It interprets the laws and has the final say in federal law.

2. Which of the following is an example of the supreme court using the power of the judicial review.

a. Deciding the constitutionality of a law
b. Hearing an appellate case
c. Asking questions during oral arguments
d. Appointing federal judges.

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  2. 1.D
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  3. Ok, is correct

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  4. yes.
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  5. Oh yes, daddy

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  6. It DAD

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  8. i just took it, it IS dad

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  9. Why did you choose DAD it is SLAP ME DADDY

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  10. oh boy it’s Ms. Sue, I’ve actually sat down and thought about who Ms. Sue is irl

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  11. 100% accurate

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  12. "you're not my dad!"

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  13. Thanks guys

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  14. It's DAD

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  15. Finally, dad helps me with homework!

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