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# What is an example of a state using its reserved powers?

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###### Asked in US Constitution

### What powers are granted to the states?

The state governments was granted six powers. The state powers
are: to establish local governments; to regulate commerce within a
state; to conduct elections; to ratify amendments to the federal
Constitution; to take measures for public health, safety, and
morals; and to exert powers the Constitution does not delegate to
the national government or prohibit the states from using.

###### Asked in India Politics

### What are the powers and duties of first citizen of state and and country of India?

The first citizen of the state is the present Governor of the
State, E.S.L.Narasimhan. The powers and duties of E.S.L.Narasimhan
are listed below:
Executive Powers: The constitution vests in the Governor all
the executive powers of State Government.
Legislative Powers: The powers are formal and the Governor
while using these powers must act according to the advice of the
Council of Ministers headed by the Chief Minister.
Financial Powers: Money bills can be introduced in the State
Legislative Assembly only on the prior recommendation of the
Governor.
Discretionary Powers: In some situations, Governor has to act
as per his/her own judgement and take decisions on his own. These
are called discretionary powers of the Governor.

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Numbers

### What is the combination of real numbers in math?

It depends on the combination. Real numbers are closed with
respect to arithmetical operations (+, -, *, /), as well as integer
powers (exponents). So a combination of real numbers using any of
these operators will yield a real number. But the set is not closed
with respect to some fractional powers - for example, the square
root of a negative number is not real.
It depends on the combination. Real numbers are closed with respect
to arithmetical operations (+, -, *, /), as well as integer powers
(exponents). So a combination of real numbers using any of these
operators will yield a real number. But the set is not closed with
respect to some fractional powers - for example, the square root of
a negative number is not real.
It depends on the combination. Real numbers are closed with respect
to arithmetical operations (+, -, *, /), as well as integer powers
(exponents). So a combination of real numbers using any of these
operators will yield a real number. But the set is not closed with
respect to some fractional powers - for example, the square root of
a negative number is not real.
It depends on the combination. Real numbers are closed with respect
to arithmetical operations (+, -, *, /), as well as integer powers
(exponents). So a combination of real numbers using any of these
operators will yield a real number. But the set is not closed with
respect to some fractional powers - for example, the square root of
a negative number is not real.