#1
Can someone help me out and explain what arpeggios are and explain how to use them? Or show me where I can find such information.
#2
They're broken chords; that is, the notes of a chord played in succession as opposed to simultaneously. More information can be found in the theory sticky at the top of this forum.
#3
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--2----------2------
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#4
The notes of a chord played seperatley, usually in some kind of order (root position, 1st inversion, 2nd inversion, etc). Look up inversions on wikipedia if you don't know what they are.

An A minor arpeggio would consist of A C and E repeating for a number of octaves, descending or ascending or both.
#5
repeating for a number of octaves
Not necessarily.
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