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22 January, 23:43

Australia has a federal system of government. This means that power is

A) centered in the country's state governments.

B) centered in the country's national government.

C) divided between Australia and the United Kingdom.

D) divided between the national and state governments.

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  1. 23 January, 00:06
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    A federal system of government is divided between the national and state governments. So the answer is: D
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