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A polynomial of degree zero is a constant term

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Q: What are the difference in stem positions when notes are placed on the third over the third or under the third lines of the staff?
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What are the sets of five lines upon which musical notes are placed?

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The lines that musical notes a written on are called a musical staff, or sometimes a stave. When extra notes are required above or below the staff, they are placed on shorter lines known as ledger lines.


A series of five lines and four spaces where the notes are placed?

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What are the five lines called that the music is written on?

The five lines are called a stave. Some notes fall below or above the stave, if so they will be marked with small lines to show where they would have been placed.


What does a G note look like?

All notes look similar. The difference is the line or space it is placed on and its stem.


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Composers write music by placing notes in different positions on what?

A staff. Not the wooden kind, but the kind with five lines that almost always requires a clef sign.


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When treble clef notes are written in the bass clef or bass clef notes are written in the treble clef they use additional little lines what are these lines called?

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Is the treble clef lower in sound than the bass clef?

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What are the classification of notes and rests?

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What is the line that holds a half note called?

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