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2. What is the 2nd scale degree of D flat major? is it G flat?


8. The interval between F and A is the same as
a. D and B
b. A and B
c. F and G
d. C and E

9. A minor second on the white keys is between
a. A and B
b. G and A
c. D and E
d. E and F

10. A half step is the same as
a. a white key
b. a major 2nd
c. a vertical 2nd
d. a minor 2nd
D?

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