It can be done in 4 ways
1. Length of period of commitment e.g how long into the future does a decision commit the organization. Long range impact on the organization is a major decision.
2. Impact of the decision on other functional area; If it affects one area that's a minor decision.
3.Recurrence:decisions that always recur are minor and those that have no guide are major.
D major, B minor, G major, E minor, A major, F # minor, E major, C # minor, B major, G # minor, F # major, D # minor, C # major, A # minor, and maybe some others
A parallel Major/minor is a major and minor key that has the same letter name. Example: C Major an c minor.
The relative minor of A major is F# minor.
It depends on which key. It's the tonic in C major/minor, the 2nd in Bb major/minor, the 3rd in Ab major and A minor, the 4th in G major/minor, the 5th in F major/minor, the 6th in Eb major and E minor, and the 7th in Db major and D natural minor.
It's not a major, it's a minor. The relative minor of B major is G# minor.
Piano Chords Major Keys Relative Minor Keys Signature C major A minor G major E minor D major B minor A major F# minor E major C# minor B major G# minor F# major D# minor C# major A# minor F major D minor Bb major G minor Eb major C minor Ab major F minor Db major Bb minor Gb major Eb minor Cb major Ab minor
The tonic minor (or parallel minor) of a flat major is a flat minor.
The relative minor key for A major is F# minor.
E Minor is the relative minor to G Major.
The relative minor of Ab Major is f minor.
The relative minor of E major is C# minor.
A flat major is the relative minor of F minor.
The relative minor of Eb Major is C minor.
Minor. Jupiter is major
The relative major of E minor is G major.
The relative major to c minor is Eb major.
Start in C major, parallel minor is C minor, relative major is E-flat major, parallel minor is E-flat minor, enharmonic respelling is D-sharp minor (which has 6 sharps).
A Major, B minor, C#minor, D Major, E Major, F#minor, and G#diminished
Parallel major and minor keys have the same tonic pitch. Therefore, E minor is the parallel minor of E Major.
To find out about the relative minor of a major key, you can go to the sixth degree of the major key. For example: The sixth degree of C major is A. A minor is the relative minor of C major.
The relative minor key of G Major is E Minor.
E flat major F major G minor C minor A flat major D minor C major
Not sure what "greewhat" is but the relative minor of Eflat major is C minor.
The relative major key for A minor is C major - both of which have no sharps of flats.
It is in C major. But really it sounds neither major or minor.