The Three-Fifths Compromise solved a dispute between
1.heavily populated states.
2.states in the East and the West.
3.states with and without slavery.
4.states that did and did not attend the Constitutional Convention.
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i'm thinking 4 because i did some research
might be helpful....
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On this date in 1787, the Three-fifths Compromise was enacted. Delegates to the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia that year accepted a plan offered by James Madison determining a state's representation in the U.S. House of Representatives. The issue of how to count slaves split the delegates into two groups.