the original ratio is 1:3,000
1:30,000, but every state should have at least one representative
Does this question mean 'how many representatives would a state of 30,000 have'? If so, the answer is 1. You can't have less than 1, and the going ratio right now is about 1:650,000.
Unlike the Senate, which gives two Senators to every state, the House of Representatives gives a number of representatives to each state, in proportion to the population of that state. So larger states have more representatives. This logically follows from the idea that all citizens are represented equally in a democracy. A million citizens in one state would logically have ten times the representation of a hundred thousand citizens in a smaller state.
The House of Representatives would include one state delegate for every 40,000 citizens of a particular state.
The ratio of each state's population to the population of all the states at the time of the last official census should equal the ratio of the state's Representatives to all the Representatives.
A republic is a form of government in which people elect representatives. The opposite of this would be a dictatorship.
In the US, the term of house of representatives means the Congressional branch called the House of Representatives. Here, delegates to the House are based on elections by the citizens of a State,
The Roman Republic.
It was the Roman Republic
local, state and federal
If a state loses population, it loses representatives in The House of Representatives. There can only be 538 members of Congress, allowing each state has 2 senators and Washington D.C. has 3 representatives. So if a population in one state grows, they gain representatives, but there must be a state or states that also lose representation.
Through an election process. Usually, the representatives are divided up into districts, and the citizens of those districts elect their choice.
When the population of a state changes either losing citizens,( lose representatives), or increases it citizenship,(gain more reps.)
because they have more citizens to vote
the ratio of the state's population to the population of all of the states
The House of Representatives. (President chosen by Electoral College, Senate by State Legislators[until 17th amendment], and Supreme Court chosen by President)
The type of government in which citizens choose representatives to run the government is a representative government. This is the type of government that the United States borrowed from Greece once their independence from Great Britain was obtained.
Every U. S. state has at least one U. S. Representative. The total number of Representatives depends on the ratio of the state's population to the population of all 50 states at the time of the last U. S. census.
If they are representing their country in another country, they would be called Ambassadors If you are talking about congress, there are two types: There are the Senators. 2 per state There are the Representatives of the House. Number of representatives is relative to state population