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  • one year ago

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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  1. anonymous
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    @pinkbubbles

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    @rishavraj

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    pink can u help my girl

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    @pinkbubbles

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    dont leave bra

  6. anonymous
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    Hmm...

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    ummmmmmmmmmm i really dont get it

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    u can count on rishavraj

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    ok

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    lol

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    I'm not so sure! sorry

  12. anonymous
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    me @pinkbubbles and @shadowhuntergaming are the 3 musketeers

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    yeeet no

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    dont ever say that

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    ok well that dont solve the question dose it

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    @rishavraj

  17. anonymous
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    i'm thinking 4 because i did some research

  18. rishavraj
    • one year ago
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    http://study.com/academy/lesson/the-three-fifths-compromise-definition-summary-quiz.html might be helpful.... @shadowhuntergaming bro i hate history...tbh i used to bunk history classes in school...not even havng nice idea about my country's history :P

  19. anonymous
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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.

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    lol rish tell me next time

  21. anonymous
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    ok thanks for all yalls help

  22. anonymous
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    its 4 babe

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