# What is the minimum number of times Congress must meet each year?

once a year

### What is the formula for how the member of electors is determined for each state?

The number of presidential electors is equal to the number of Representatives and Senators each state has. Thus the minimum number of electors from each state is three: two for each Senator and one for each Representative. Although the number of electors is equal to the number of members of Congress, no member of Congress may be an elector.

### How do you find whether a number is a perfect square by using its prime factors?

In the prime factorisation of the number, each factor must appear an even number of times. In the prime factorisation of the number, each factor must appear an even number of times. In the prime factorisation of the number, each factor must appear an even number of times. In the prime factorisation of the number, each factor must appear an even number of times.

### What determines the total number of representatives in the House of Representatives?

Each state is represented in the House proportionally to its population, and is entitled to at least one Representative. The total number of Representatives is currently fixed at 435 by the Reapportionment Act of 1929, though Congress has the authority to change that number. Each Representative serves for a two-year term and may be re-elected an unlimited number of times. In the end Congress determines the number of representatives in the House.

### Each state can have how many representatives?

The minimum a state can have is 1, and the maximum a state can have is its population divided by 30,000, rounded down to the nearest whole number. According to the rules Congress adopted in 1929, each state gets 435 times the ratio of the state's population to the combined population of all of the states, rounded either up or down (but not less than 1).