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Which state devised a plan which called for equal representation in Congress? A) Georgia B) Rhode Island C) South Carolina D) New Jersey
B) Rhode Island. Rhode Island devised a plan which called for equal representation in Congress.
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[object Object]User: What was another name for the Great Compromise? A) Connecticut Compromise B) Virginia Compromise C) New York Compromise D) Boston Compromise

User: What was another name for the Great Compromise? A) Connecticut Compromise B) Virginia Compromise C) New York Compromise D) Boston Compromise

User: Which state devised a plan which called for equal representation in Congress? A) Georgia B) Rhode Island C) South Carolina D) New Jersey

Weegy: B) Rhode Island. Rhode Island devised a plan which called for equal representation in Congress.
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User: Who was known as the ”Father of the Constitution”? A) James Madison B) George Washington C) Thomas Jefferson D) John Jay

User: Which state devised a plan in which the number of representatives in Congress would be based on each state's population? A) Pennsylvania B) Virginia C) Maryland D) New Jersey

User: Alexander Hamilton was from which state? A) Pennsylvania B) Massachusetts C) North Carolina D) New York

Weegy: Alexander Hamilton was from D. New York.
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