Is the power to conduct the draft expressed?
no, its implied
The Constitution specifically gives expressed powers to the federal government which one of the following is NOT an expressed power?
No. It is apparent power (expressed in volt amperes) that is the combination (vector sum) of true power (expressed in watts) and reactive power (expressed in reactive volt amperes). 'Imaginary power' is simply another name for 'reactive power' -where 'imaginary' is simply mathematicians-speak for 'quadrature' or 'right angles'.
What is the role of the National Institute of Standars and Technology in fulfilling an expressed power?
Which part of the national government has the expressed power to creating for the organization of federal courts?
As a contrast to "threatened" or "implied" power, the term "expressed power" can be diversely helpful in contemporary English. One example of its use is as follows: "The expressed power of the professor's prototype was a much more eloquent argument against the cutting of project-funds than any mere words could have managed. "