#1
The question is quite simple. I've found myself with this chord earlier today:

e0
B5
G0
D5
A0
Ex

This chord has the root (A) fifth (E) and b7 (g), but no third, so how would one go about naming this chord since there isn't the third to determine whether this is a minor or dominant 7 chord?
#2
According to what you have there, you can call it A7 (no third), E min/A, G 6/9 (no third, no fifth), or just a cluster chord of random notes. If you want to stick with the A7 name, it depends on it's function as to whether it would be dominant no third, or minor no third. If it's going to D or Eb then dominant, or if goes to B7 or e minor then it's probably your minor iv chord in e minor.
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#3
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