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PostSubject: DAta Base Questions Answers 2   Tue Jul 15, 2014 6:42 pm

<<<<=== DBMS ====>>>>

Q1:- A generalization of the Boyce Codd Normal form to relation schemes which includes the multivalued dependencies is called ?
Ans:-Fifth Normal Form
Q2:- Project join Normal form is also referred to as ?
Ans:-Fifth Normal Form.
Q3:- The compiled form of the definition is known as ?
Q4:- Once a sequence is created, it is documented in the ?
Ans:-Data Dictionary.

<<<< === DBMS ==== >>>>

Q1:-An unnormalized relation contains values ?
Q2:- A relation scheme is said to be in ...... form if the values in the domain of each attribute of the relation are atomic ?
Ans:-First Normal.
Q3:- A second Normal form does not permit ...... dependency between a non prime attribute and the relation key ?
Q4:- A relation scheme is in ..... if it is in the 1NF and if all non prime attributes are fully functionally dependent on the relation key ?
Ans:-Fourth Normal Form
Q5:- In a Third Normal Form relation, every ......attribute is non - transitively and fully dependent on the every candidate key ?

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