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Q: What is the fraction of states that must agree to change the constitution?
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What fraction of states that must agree to change the constitution?

9 out of the 13 states had to argree in order to pass the constitution.


What fraction of the states must agree before and amendment can be added to the constitution?

3/4ths of the states


How many states must agree to change the Constitution?

3/4


How many states had to agree to the constitution?

23


Is all 50 states ratifying the constitution today?

The first 13 states ratified the Constitution. As new states were added, they had to agree to be a part of the Constitution but did not ratify it.


How many states had to agree for the constitution to take effect?

the answer is 9


What made the states agree to the US Constitution?

They got what was demanded


How many states need to agree to change the Constitution?

To amend the constitution, congress must pass the bill, and 2/3s of the state legislatures must pass it as well.


What word is used if you agree to change the us constitution?

Ratified


How many states have to agree to anamendment?

In the Constitution it says that 3/4 of the States have to agree to ratify an amendment."....when ratified by the Legislatures of three fourths of the several States..."


Why was the fraction three-quarters chosen to represent several states in Article 5 of the US Constitution?

Article V requires that for an Amendment to the Constitution to be effective, it must be approved by either three-quarters of the legislatures or Constitutional conventions of all the states. This fraction was chosen because the framers of the Constituton agreed that the Constitution itself had to be approved by the 3/4 of the states. Since approval of 3/4 of the states was needed to approve the Constitution in the first place, it made sense to require the same percentage of states to agree to amend it.


How many states had to approve the Constitution before it went into affect?

at least 9 states had to agree


States are allowed to make their own laws as long as?

Either the congress approves, they agree with laws in other states, they agree with the United States constitution, and the president approves them.


States are allowed to make their own laws as long as what?

either the congress approves them,they agree with laws in other states,they agree with the united states constitution,or the president approves them.


All laws must agree with what document?

All laws must agree with the United States Constitution. If a law does not abide by the constitution, it can be challenged by the Supreme court.


Can states make laws that don't agree with the US constitution?

no the coutuin has to be followed


Did all the newly formed states originally agree with the wording of the US Constitution?

No


Can states make laws that don't agree with the constitution?

no, because the constitution has federal laws, and federal government > State Governemnt


How many states had to agree to change the Articles of Confederation?

51 percent had to agree because it was the majority.


What issuses the largest and smallest states didnot agree wen they were drafting the US constitution?

On what issues thee largest and smallest states did not agreewhen they were drafting the US constitution?


How many states had to vote in favor of the Constitution in order for it to become law?

All thirteen of them had to agree to it.


What were weaknesses of the articles of confideration?

The Articles of Confederation had two main weaknesses. First, in order to increase taxes, twelve out of 13 states needed to agree. Second, in order to change the constitution or even pass a law, all 13 states needed to agree. It was difficult to accomplish a lot.


what two ways ratified an Amendment to the US Constitution?

Either 2/3 of all states can agree to ratify the amendment or 2/3 of all the states conventions held for the amendment have to agree.


Did the states agree to ratify the constitution only after the federalists agreed to return some of the federal governments powers?

No


How can the state legislature propose an amendment to the Constitution?

Go out and get 35 of the 50 states to agree with the future amendment

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