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Relational Database - repeating groups and multiple candidate keys occur • How did you arrive at your solution The relation table is in second

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Relational Database Management Systems Unit 2 Individual Project Kregg M. Soltow January 13, 2011 American Intercontinental University In what normal form is the table located within the Assignment Description? Explain why. It is in 2NF, because the table is a faithful representation of a relation, it has multiple
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Unformatted text preview: repeating groups and multiple candidate keys occur. • How did you arrive at your solution? The relation table is in second normal form, and every non prime attribute of relation is directly dependent on every candidate key....
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Relational Database - repeating groups and multiple candidate keys occur • How did you arrive at your solution The relation table is in second

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