Music Theory

it is a rather advanced set of questions

Question 1:   In the Key of 4#'s, what are the major and minor chords that comprise that key?
E min and Gb maj
B maj and A min
Ab Maj and D# min
F# maj and Eb dim
E maj and C# min

Question 2:   In the Key of 6 flats, what are the major and minor chords that comprise that key?
Bb min and F Maj
Eb Maj and Db min
A# maj and E# min
E# min and B maj
Eb min and Gb Maj

Question 3:   Regarding the previous question; name the functioning diatonic half steps that resolve up and down in that Key.
D # resolves to A # - - B resolves to C
C resolves to D - - D # resolves to E
A resolves to B b - - B # resolves to C #
C b resolves to B b - - F resolves to G b
E resolves to F - - G b resolves to E #

Question 4:   If I am in the Key of 4 #'s and add 6 #'s, what Key am I in, without using double sharps or flats?
10 #'s
4 b's
2 b's
7 #'s
5 #'s

Question 5:   If I am in the Key of 5 b's and add 6 b's, what Key am I in, without using double sharps or flats?
1 #
4 b's
5 #'s
7 b's
7 #'s

Question 6:   If I name a diminished chord in this fashion ( and direction): F#..A..C..Eb the resolving chord would be:
A b min
G min
C maj
B b min
F# Maj

Question 7:   If I name a diminished chord in this fashion ( and direction): Eb..C..A..F# ( the reverse of the previous question) the resolving chord would be:
A b Maj
G Maj
C min
D # min
F Maj

Question 8:   If the minor chord I am playing establishes a Key, then what key does the chord G # min signify?
5 #'s
3 b's
0 / 0 ( no sharps or flats)
9 b's
2 #'s

Question 9:   If my functioning diatonic tone is F and it resolves to E, then what key am I in? and what is the chord in question that it is establishing
2 #'s - b min
0 / 0 sharps or flats - a minor
5 b's - B b min
2 b's - G min
7 #'s - C # Maj

Question 10:   In the Key of 1 #, what is my major and minor chord?
C maj and b min
D maj and b min
G maj and e min
A b maj and f min
F# min and A Maj

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