#2
it's the lowest note, unless you are playing an inverted chord, in which case, the root will be noted in the sheet music, as well as what note from the chord has been inverted into the lowest position.
#3
The root of a chord is the note the chord is built off of (named after). The root of a C major chord is C. The roof of Cm is C. The root of Cdim7#9add11b13 is C. They all have the root of C, despite containing very different notes and intervals.
#4
WTF is up with you and all these threads?

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#5
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WTF is up with you and all these threads?

read up on music theory to answer all those questions.

Read the Music Theory FAQ Guide

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