Thanks for the question. Thought it was a trick for a minute. Then went with the obvious (to me) answer of one. IF you think about it, since the master key is "used to protect the private keys of certificates and asymmetric keys that are present in the database", there really only should be one. Plus, and this may not be so obvious to nonnative speakers of English, the term "master" implies a unique thing.
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