Sql Book Essay

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A GUIDE TO SQL

Eighth Edition

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A G U I D E TO S Q L

Eighth Edition

Philip J. Pratt Grand Valley State University Mary Z. Last University of Mary Hardin-Baylor

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A Guide to SQL, Eighth Edition Philip J. Pratt, Mary Z. Last Vice President, Publisher: Jack Calhoun Editor-in-Chief: Alex von Rosenberg Senior Acquisitions Editor: Charles McCormick, Jr. Product Manager: Kate Hennessy Development Editor: Jessica Evans Editorial Assistant: Bryn Lathrop Marketing Director: Brian Joyner Marketing Manager: Bryant Chrzan Marketing Communications Manager: Libby Shipp Marketing Coordinator: Suellen
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface Chapter 1 Introduction to Premiere Products, Henry Books, and Alexamara Marina Group
What Is a Database? The Premiere Products Database The Henry Books Database The Alexamara Marina Group Database Chapter Summary Key Terms Exercises

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Chapter 2

Database Design Fundamentals

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Database Concepts Relational Databases Entities, Attributes, and Relationships Functional Dependence Primary Keys

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