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A set of requirements that is necessary to support the operations of a preticular database user is known as a
A. User View
A design that supports all the user views encountered in the design process is known as a
B. cumlative design
When a correct design is not obvious, what is the first step increating a user view?
D. determine the relationships among entities
When determining the properties for each entity as you design the user view, these properies will become what in the table
?
B. columns
What type of digram viusually represents the structure of a database?
C. E-R
An entity that does not require a relationship to another entitiy for identification is called
C. An independent entity
In the design diagram, independententitits are distinguished by
A. squae corners
In the design diagram, dependent entities are distinguished by
B. rounded corners
After the information level design is completed, what is the next step?
A. the physical level design
A user view is the set of requirements that is neccessary to support the operations of a particular databse user.
True
A design that supports all the user views is called a contructive design
False
In the design diagram, independent entities are distinguished by
A. square corners
In the design diagram, dependent entities are distinguished by
B. Rounded Corners
After the information level design is completed, what is the next step?
A. Physical level design
What is the easiest way to produce the design for the DBMS, given that the final information-level design already exists sin a relational format
C. use the same tables and columns.
When a DBMS cannot enforce the restrictions you place on tables, who should enforce them?
A. the users of the system
The number closes to the relationship represents what cardinality
B. minimum