#1
I see plus and minus signs beside chords like C+ what do they mean?
#3
never seen that... maybe C sharp C#

an C-=Cflat
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#4
C+ is an augmented chord, meaning the 5th is sharpened. C- is a dimished chord, in which the 3rd AND the 5th are flattened by a half step.
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C+ is an augmented chord, meaning the 5th is sharpened. C- is a dimished chord, in which the 3rd AND the 5th are flattened by a half step.

Ok that's what I thought but I wasn't sure. Thanks.