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Which position remains in office for two years?
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Asked in US Constitution
What is the term of the office of a representative?
What is the length of term for US Representatives?
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What is the normal term in office for state senators and assembly members?
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At the end of four years how much of the parent isotope remains given that its half-life is two years?
Every two years half of the parent (the original) isotope decays into the daughter isotope. Therefore, after just two years, 50% of the parent isotope will remain. In another half life (two years), half of that 50% will remain. Therefore, in four years two half lives have passed and 25% of the parent isotope remains.
Asked in History, Politics & Society
What last for two years and consists of two terms?
What is the term of office of a member of the house of representatives?
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How long is the term of office for Governor of Tennessee?
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What is the term of office for the state representative in Missouri?
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The term of office for US Representatives is how many years?
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How long is one term of office in the us congress?
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How long can representatives to the US House of Representatives be in office?
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What is the time period of us president?
His term of office is four years. There is a so-called two-term limit that limits a person to a maximum of ten years in the office of president. That is, a person who has never previously held the office of president or has served two years or less finishing another president's term may be elected a maximum of two times. A person that has served more than two years finishing another president's term may be elected to the office only once.
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How many years can a us president serve in the office?
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What does two term office mean?
You are probably asking about "two terms in office." In America, a president is only allowed to be elected twice. Each presidential term is 4 years. So, a president, if he is elected two times, is said to be a two-term president, or it is said he served "two terms in office." (The word "office" refers to the Office of the Presidency.)
What is the length of a US Representatives term on office?