It depends on which key signature. D major has 2 sharps. F# major has 6 sharps. Bb major has no sharps.
There are no sharps or flats in C Major.
A major has three sharps: F#, C#, and G#.
A major has 3 sharps, A minor has no sharps or flats.
A Major has 3 sharps, C#,F#, G#.
There are no sharps or flats in the C Major scale.
B Major (and G sharp minor) has five sharps, but B minor only has two sharps (like D major).
There are six sharps in F sharp major.
sa pepe...................... 2 sharps and 5 double sharps, totalling 12 sharps.
Two flats and no sharps.
F major contains no sharps at all. It contains one flat.
C major - No sharps or flats D major- 2 sharps (F,C) G major- 1 sharp (F) E major- 4 sharps (F,C,G,D)
A♯ minor has the maximum seven sharps, but A♯ major has 10 'sharps', 4 sharps and three *double* sharps, so B-flat major will be preferable with only two flats.
The major scale with the most sharps is C-sharp major with 7 sharps.
F major contains one flat and no sharps.
two sharps on a violin mean your in the key of D. the sharps are F# and C#
There is none.
E major has 4 sharps. F,c,g,d! Good luck with your music!
A♯ Minor has all 7 sharps, it's relative major is C♯ Major.
There are no sharps in C major nor Flats.
G-Sharp major has Seven Sharps but, it's usually notated as its enharmonic equivalent of A-flat major.
A major scale with no sharps or flats is the C Major Scale