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Representation in Congress and also direct taxes on the population of the states.


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The Three-Fifths Compromise determined how population would be counted for....? Representation in Congress and also direct taxes on the population of the states.

the slaves would be counted by THREE FIFTHS.....................................

Representation in Congress and also direct taxes on the population of the states.

The Three-Fifths Compromise (during the Constitutional Convention in 1787).

The articles of the confederation was the document used to determine how slaves would be counted in a states population. The articles of the confederation were part of the Three Fifths compromise.

The Three-Fifths Compromise was a solution to the issue of African American suffrage. This compromise stated that each African American vote would count for only 3/5 of a vote.

It was used to determine population of states. Southern states had 9 million slaves and the smaller states didn't want them counted in the population so each slave was counted as 3/4 of a person in the census.

How black slaves were to be counted in the population.

Whether if slaves were counted into the population or not

it is a Compromise, which stipulates that three/fifths of the slave population would be counted for purposes of representation.

Three-fifths of the slave population of America could be counted as the population of the nation.

One-Half Compromise was the compromise that dealt with the Northern States concern of the Southern States using slaves as part of the counted population thus influencing their representation in Congress.

The three-fifths compromise was a plan to account for the slave population when determining number of representatives in a state. Each slave counted 3/5 of what a white man counted.

The population of the state affects representation in the House of Representation. The three fifths compromise said that slaves counted as 3/5 of a person.

Every slave counted as three-fifths of a person. So if there were 5,000 slaves, 3,000 were counted as a 'citizen' or part of the population.

Every slave was counted as three-fifths of a person.

Three-fifths of a state's slave population counted toward representation and taxation.

The Great Compromise (decided between the Virginia Plan and the New Jersey Plan) and the Three Fifths Compromise (3/5's of slaves are counted in the population [due to the Great Compromise, the number of seats in Congress a state has depends on their population]) led to the US Constitution.

The compromise counted slaves at 3/5 their total when computing population for the House of Repesentatives. But as property, and without rights, they could have been omitted from the population entirely.

The disagreement was whether slaves should count for taxes, and population, or not. And the three-fifths compromise was out of every five slaves, three counted towards taxes and population.

A bicameral legislature, one executive, and 3/5 of the slaves counted towards the population.

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