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What are the 3 requirements to be President? How long is each term?35 years or older, natural born citizen, live in the US for the past 14 years. Each term is 4 years, and two terms is the maximum amount of time they could be in office.What are the powers of the President? Name at least 3.The president is the commander in chief of the armed forces, has the power to make treaties, can veto legislation approved by CongressWhen does the president's outgoing term end? Include the date and time.Noon on January 20th after an election yearIf the candidates for President have no majority of electoral votes, who selects the president?The House of RepresentativesWho appoints Supreme Court Justices?president, must be confirmed by the senate.When can Supreme Court Justices be removed?Retirement or impeachmentWhat fraction of the house of Congress is necessary to approve a proposed amendment?2/3 of both housesWhat fraction of states must approve a proposed amendment for it to be ratified?3/4What fraction of the states can ask for a convention to propose an amendment?2/3What are the 3 parts of the United States Constitution?Preamble, 7 Articles, and the Amendments (the first 10 are the Bill of Rights)What are some of the goals stated in the Preamble?to establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide to the common defense...What are the 7 principles of the Constitution?Republicanism, Popular Sovereignty, Federalism, Limited Government, Separation of Powers, and Checks and Balance, and individual rights