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Entities: Customer (ID, name, address, number, balance) Order (ID, order date, amount) Order Item (ID, price, quantity) Company Owner Listings Revenue (I included rentals as one of the sources of the company’s revenue, therefore as an attribute) Expenses *NOTE: I did not include the EMPLOYEE(S) as an entity, because I don’t think it’s a strong 
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Unformatted text preview: entity to include. The more I think of it, the problem is mostly the relationship of the customer and the company (owner) and employees are not really necessary. What do you think? Entity Relationship Diagram...
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