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According to the Northwest Ordinance, how many inhabitants must a territory have for it to be admitted as a state?

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    It stipulated that each district could send one representative to Congress upon its attaining a population of 20,000, and it would become eligible for statehood when its population equaled that of the least-populous existing state. Source: http://www.britannica.com/topic/Northwest-Ordinances

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