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BIAM 530 Week 1 Homework.docx

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Michael Hudson BIAM530 Week 1 Homework Professor Darlene Ringhand 10/28/2017
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Complete the problems at the end of Chapter 1: Problems 1–10. Complete the problems at the end of Chapter 2: Problems 1–6. Submit your numbered answers to all problems in a single Microsoft Word document. Some of these problems require you to draw entity relationship diagrams (ERDs), or class diagrams. For this assignment, you may sketch these diagrams by hand and insert a photo or scanned image of your sketch in your Word document. Make sure your sketches are legible in the document. If you choose, you may also create these diagrams using the drawing tools in MS Word, or create the diagrams in MS Visio or another application and copy and paste them into your Word document. You will learn more about using MS Visio to create these diagrams in Week 2. Chapter 1 FIGURE P1.1: The file structure for Problems 1–4 1. How many records does the file contain? How many fields are there per record? There are 7 records total with 5 fields per record. 2. What problem would you encounter if you wanted to produce a listing by city? How would you solve this problem by altering the file structure? The city isn’t listed exclusive from the specific address. To solve this, I would make 4 fields, one would have the street address, the second would have the city, the third would have the zip code and the fourth would have the state.
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3. If you wanted to produce a listing of the file contents by last name, area code, city, state, or zip
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