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Homework 2 Solution

Homework 2 Solution - Homework 2 ISE 382 Database Concepts...

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Homework 2 ISE 382 Database Concepts 15 points Due Date – Friday Feb 15th 1. (6 points) Marcia's Dry Cleaning is an upscale dry cleaners. Marcia makes her business stand out from the competition by providing superior customer service. She wants to keep track of each of her customers and their orders. Ultimately, she wants to notify them that their clothes are ready via email. To provide this service, she wants developed an initial database with several tables. a. List all the attributes that you would include in the database (2) b. Create table definitions (need not be normalized) with these attributes (2) c. Point out the primary key in each table (2) a. CustomerNumber, CustomerName, CustomerEmail, PhoneNumber, InvoiceNumber, DateIn, DateOut, TotalAmount, ItemNumber, Quantity, ItemPrice b. CUSTOMER (CustomerNumber, CustomerName, CustomerEmail, PhoneNumber) INVOICE (InvoiceNumber, DateIn, DateOut, TotalAmount, ItemNumber, Quantity, ItemPrice) c. CUSTOMER (CustomerNumber , CustomerName, CustomerEmail, PhoneNumber) INVOICE (InvoiceNumber
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