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The National Government alone has the right to the following: to print money (bills and coins), declare war on other countries, establish an army and navy, enter into treaties with foreign governments, regulate trade between states and international trade, establish post offices and issue the price of postage, and make laws seen as necessary to enforce the Constitution.

1) Expressed Powers : delegated powers of the National government that are spelled out, expressly, in the constitution, also called enumerated powers.

2) Implied Powers : delegated powers of the national government that are suggested by the expressed powers; those "necessary and proper" to carry out expressed powers.

3) Inherent powers: powers delegated to the national government because it is the government of a sovereign state within the world community.

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A delegated power is one that is reserved for the federal government, so obviously the national government has delegated powers.


Powers not delegated to the National Government...left for the states


powers delegated to the national government because it is the government of a sovereign state within the world community



delegated the answer is DELEGATED powers


The difference is that Delegated is when powers are given only to national government by the constitution. Reserved is when powers are given to only the states by the constitution, and Concurrent is when power are shared by states and national government according to the constitution.


Those delegated powers of the National Government that are suggested by the expressed powers set out in the Constitution.



Delegated powers are powers granted specifically to the federal government.


NO powers are delegated to provincial government/state not federal government.


Delegated powers are given in federal systems of government.



The delegated powers are the only powers belonging to the federal goverment.



Delegated powers are distributed authority in a federal system of government, so any federal system would have delegated powers.


Delegated powers are powers that are given to the national government in washington,D.C,such as the power to declare war.Concurrent powers are powers that are shared between the national and state governments,such as the power to tax.Finally,reserved powers are powers that only the states have,such as the power to create a school system.THANK YOU FOR CHOSING MY ANSWER


The powers not delegated to the national government by the Constitution, nor prohibited to the states, are reserved to the states, or the people


He argued there are both implied and expressly enumerated powers, and that both types of powers are delegated to the national government.


The delegated powers are given to the constituent levels of government in a federal system.


Found in the Tenth Amendment, it gives states powers not delegated to the national government


reserved powers are powers reserved to the state Delegated powers are powers reserved to the federal government and Concurrent powers are powers reserved to both state and federal government



The US Constitution assigns authority to the federal (national) government as a whole and to each of the branches of government. Those given to the federal government, in general, are referred to as express(ed) powers.Power is shared in a federal government. According to the US Constitution, certain authority is delegated to various parts of the federal government, other authority is reservedto the states or the people (see Tenth Amendment).Express(ed) Powers: Powers allowed to the federal government.Denied Powers: Powers explicitly denied to the federal government.Enumerated or Delegated Powers: Powers given to a branch of government.Implied or Inherent Powers: Unwritten powers logically related to an enumerated or delegated power. Also called unenumerated powers.Reserved Powers: Powers allowed to the states or the people.Concurrent or Shared Powers: Powers shared by the state and national government in a federal system.


Those delegated powers of the National Government that are given to it in so many words by the constitution;also sometimes called the "enumerated powers"


there are three distinct types of delegated powers: expressed, implied, & , inherent. 1st the expressed power are delegated to the national government in so manny words spelled out expressly in the constitution. 2nd the limplied are not expressly stated in the constituiton but are reasonably suggested implied by the expressed powers. 3rd the inherent belongs to the national government because it is the national government of a sovereign state in the world community.



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