#2
its for a chord progression.... the notes you're playing are in those chords (ie. G5, A5 ...)
#4
a power chord the root note and its 5th so like A is the root and the 5th is E
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#5
Those fives mean that those are power chords. That means that you also play the note one perfect fifth above the root note which is the Letter. There's plenty of theory lessons on this site If you need more explanation.

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#8
take a scale, play the root and the fifth note in the scale at the same time, this is a powerchord/5 chord
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#9
what's not to get?
G5 would be

e-----
B-----
G-----
D-----
A--5-
E--3-

they're just powerchords
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