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16 September, 23:24

Powers not directly stated in the Constitution that has been entered interpreted as belonging to the national government is described as

A. Reserved Powers

B. Delegated Powers

C. Implied Powers

D. Concurrent Powers

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  1. 16 September, 23:45
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    The answer is c, Implied powers. Just had this one on my test haha.
  2. 16 September, 23:47
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    The correct answer is C. Implied Powers

    Explanation:

    In government, implied powers refer to powers that are not explicitly stated but are still exerted by entities of government especially by the national government as these are implicitly supported in the Constitution or other official documents. For example, the creation of the first bank in the U. S. was part of the implicit powers as the constitution did not explicitly stated the role or power of government for creating banks, but this was necessary to develop the economy of the nation, collect taxes, among others and therefore supported the principle of government guaranteeing its own function. Thus, powers not directly stated but that considered as part of the national government are implicit powers.
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