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ITE 100 MCQ 1 (1)

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30.A manager at Gold’s Gym would have ____ privileges to member data in the fitness club database. a. read-only c. full-update (read, modify, write) b. write-only d. no access 31.To ensure complete privacy, Gold’s Gym club members would have ____ privileges to the data in a fitness center database. 32.In a database log file, a DBMS(data base management system) places ____. 33.Popular data models in use today include all of the following except ____. 34.In a relational database (such as Microsoft Access), each row ____. a. and each column has a primary key b. has a unique name and each column has a primary key c. has a primary key and each column has a unique name d. and each column has a unique name 35.A user of a relational database, such as that pictured in the accompanying figure, refers to a file as a ____.
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36.A user of a relational database, such as that pictured in the accompanying figure, refers to a record as a ____. 37.A user of a relational database, such as that pictured in the accompanying figure, refers to a field as a ____. 38.In a relational database, such as that pictured in the accompanying figure, a ____ is a connection within the data. a. table c. row b. column d. relationship 39.____ is a process designed to ensure the data within the relations (tables) in a relational database contains the least amount of data duplication. 40.Most ____ database products for midrange servers and mainframes include SQL (Structured Query Language). Hint: Microsoft Access creates ________ databases & has an SQL View
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