#1
The notes are in order: A E G C# E C and can be found in the verse of "Used To Be" by Rory Gallagher.
#3
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A7#9. The C in this case, is B#.

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#4
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A7#9. The C in this case, is B#.
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#5
what would it be called if it was a c and not a b#
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#6
^ What do you mean?

The chord's diatonic, so a note can't be repeated.
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what would it be called if it was a c and not a b#

Theoretically you can't have a Major 3rd and a minor 3rd in the same chord, so the note of C is a B#, an augmented 2nd/9th.