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I just need help with (b), normalizing into 3NF tables for logical design.

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-The rent amount for a lease depends on the length of the lease (6-month or 12-month) and the apartment type
being leased. ORent amounts for apartment types/lease durations are updated periodically during the year, typically in March
and/or September, although they can be updated at any time. It is important to keep a history of rent amounts
for each apartment type/ lease duration combination. -The last time rent amounts were updated was 3/1/2009. LEASES Charles
Summers,
Linda
201 A 201050109 Smith 5/1/2009 5/1/2010 1,500.00 3,500.00 1 Marilyn
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306060109 Lewis 6/1/2009 6/1/2010 1,250.00 3,000.00
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102 102060109 Newton 1%1/2009 12/1/2010 1,250.00 3,000.00 1
Mark Considering the notes, table design, and sample data above, address the following questions (be VERY specific in each
answer): (a) In what normal form is the Lease table in, and WHY? (worth 5 pts) (b) Do a complete logical design of the above table including 3NF tables, all primary and foreign keys, referential integrity
constraints, table names and sample data. Use Word, Excel, or Access to design the tables and document the rest of your
logical design. Only tables in 3NF should be shown. (worth 30 pts)

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