Why did the Roman republic use separation of powers in government?

so the Senate could be the most powerful branch

so no one branch would get too powerful

so the magistrates could veto the assemblies

so the plebeians could join the race of honors

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  1. i pick d

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  2. No.

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  3. an i do know how to use google i also use brainly

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  5. ok... wait is it B to make sure that one did not have to much power as the other b i think that's why am i correct

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  6. Exactly right.

  7. Here is the whole test!!! :):):):):):):)Don't worry, it is right!

    1. Alphabet
    2. A
    3. D
    4. B
    5. A
    6. D
    7. C
    8. B
    9. C
    10. A, D
    11. A, C

    12. The most democratic part: (the assembly)
    worked like an oligarchy: (the senate)
    top officials who served: (the magistrates)
    13. It could not be attacked by seagoing ships

    14. Made themselves dictators

    15. D

    Well, no one else was doing it so I figured I would!
    I hope that this helps you guys!
    (Lesson 5, Unit 3
    Practice Quiz) Connections Academy or Connexus

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  8. is that really the correct answer

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  9. that is wrong

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