Chord Inversions Quiz! Quiz Statistics and Answer Key

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Average score: 88%

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What's another name for a 3-note chord?
The correct answer is "Triad"

How many inversions can be created using a normal triad?
The correct answer is "2"

Playing a G minor chord with the note B flat as the lowest note means:
The correct answer is "You're in 1st inversion"

4-note chords can be in the following positions:
The correct answer is "Root, 1st inversion, 2nd inversion and 3rd inversion"

What do chord inversions produce?
The correct answer is "Smooth movement from one chord to another"

A chord is in root position when:
The correct answer is "The lowest note played is the root of the chord"