A Quick C# Question: Sealed classes

If you have a sealed class are all the methods inside the sealed class also typed as sealed.

I am asking this because I have some virtual functions inside an abstract class that I would like to seal, I don't want the class to be extended so sealing the class makes sense. Therefore if I just seal the class can all the methods be considered sealed by the JIT'er or do I have to seal the methods too.

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