the three branches

and how they work

The executive enforces

the requirements: are you must be a natural born citizen or a citizen of the USA and must be 35 years old and a resident for 14 years.

his powers are he is commander in chief of the army and the navy and the militia of several states and have the power to grant reprieves and pardons.

and he can be removed by being impeached or conviction of high crimes like treason bribery

the judicial the interpret laws

the qualifications to hold there office is good behavior.

The federal courts will decide arguments over how to interpret the constitution all laws passed by congress and our nations rights and responsibilities in agreements with other nations in addition federal courts can hear disputes that may arise between states between citizens of different states and between states and the federal government

legislative they create laws

it is called the congress and has the senate and house of representatives.They requirements for the senate are a person must be more than 30 years old, must have been an American citizen for at least nine years, and must live in the state he or she represents. The requirements for the H.O.R is must be 25 years old