Powers Granted To The Legislative, Executive, And Judicial Branches

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Powers Granted To The Legislative, Executive, And Judicial Branches
This a quiz that will ask questions about the powers given to each branch of government by the Constitution. The purpose of this quiz is to ensure understanding about the different branches and the power held by each of them.

  
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1.  Although not outlined in the Constitution, the Supreme Court secured for itself the power to declare acts of Congress unconstitutional.
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B.
2.  As a way to check the power of the Judicial Branch, members must be appointed by what other branch of government?
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B.
C.
3.  The Supreme Court does not have appellate jurisdiction over cases heard in lower courts?
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B.
4.  Which of these is not a power given to the president?
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B.
C.
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5.  Pardoning people convicted of crimes is a power reserved for which branch of government?
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B.
C.
6.  The president has the power of veto.
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B.
7.  What body is head of the Judicial Branch?
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B.
C.
8.  The Executive Branch has the power to lay and collect taxes.
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B.
9.  The Legislative Branch has no power to impeach the president, or any other executive member.
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B.
10.  Which branch of government has the power to coin money?
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B.
C.
11.  The Legislative Branch has to power to declare war.
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B.
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