Playing Half Steps and Whole Steps on Piano or Keyboard
How to Read Staffs, Clefs, and Notes to Play the Piano or Keyboard
How to Read Key Signatures to Play the Piano or Keyboard

Playing the Piano or Keyboard: All the Key Signatures

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C major

As you can see, the C major and the A natural minor have the same key signature (that is, no sharps and no flats) and the same notes in the scale because A is the relative natural minor of C.

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