Is the principle "separation of powers" evident in the U.S. Constitution? Yes, it is shown because the first three articles describe the three branches of government. No, it is missing because government power is concentrated in one branch of government. Yes, it is reflected because the amendments list the powers given to the individual people. No, it is absent because the president determines the power and authority of the people.
it shows up in the first three articles. Article 1 outlines the Senate and the House. Article 2 goes over the executive branch. and lastly Article 3 looks over the Judiciary brach.