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I feel like there is too much nonsense posted here. That's what facebook, and twitter, and tumblr are for. This place has the potential to be so mind expanding, thought provoking, and educationally increasing, but we can never seem to get rid of the useless nonsense that everybody thinks the world wants to know. Here's a question: If there are 3 sharps in the key signature of a piece of music. What are the sharps and what key is it in?

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Can I answer? i think I know it
F# C# G# = A Major. I do believe
yes, technically I never specified if it was major or minor so it could have been either A Major or f# minor

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Well, I just figure A Major weather you said major or not?

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