Cardinality+Exercises

Cardinality+Exercises - Amusement Park Employee Assigned To...

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Employee P1 P2 Project Min Assigned To Max Min Max Problem #1    Amusement Park
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Some people possess a passport.   Some people do not. A person possesses at most one  passport. Each passport is owned by one  person Define the cardinalities for the Person-Passport relationship. Person Passport Problem #2
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For some items we have more than one vendor. We have at least one vendor per item. Not all vendors participate in the vendor-item  relationship. Most vendors participate many times in the vendor- item relationship. Define the cardinalities for the Item-Vendor relationship. Item Vendor Problem #3
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Parent/Guardian Child Problem #4 Kid’s Place to Learn is a preschool.  Each child who attends has at least  one parent or guardian.  Some parents and guardians have more than  one child attending the preschool.  Define the relationship between parent/guardian and child.
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Order Delivery (Purchase) Problem #5
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2012 for the course ACC 361 taught by Professor Eighme during the Fall '10 term at Miami University.

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Cardinality+Exercises - Amusement Park Employee Assigned To...

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