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To determine how many Electoral College votes a state has, which of the following would you need to know?
a. The number of Democratic and Republican voters in that state
b. The state's population and the number of registered voters in that state
c. The number of votes cast by the citizens of that state for each of the candidates
d. The number of seats the state has in the House of Representatives and the Senate

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  1. I’ll be glad to check your answer.

    https://www.archives.gov/electoral-college/allocation

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  2. b. The state's population and the number of registered voters in that state. sorry i am new to this website

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  3. is that right?

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  4. Please read the link I gave you.

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  5. am i correct
    I read your article and it said that it is based on the census so B is correct

    can u check my work?

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  6. Not B.

    Please read the entire first paragraph on that linked page.

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  7. I got the answer it is d

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  8. Yes!

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