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    These business rules support the definition of the primary components of the relational database storing this student and school information: a data dictionary, primary keys, foreign keys and integrity constraints. From a high-level, the model suggests Finance, Faculty and Student Advising have retrieve visibility to necessary aspects of the student information while Enrollment controls creation of the student record and student Records controls update and delete…

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    will define according to the nature of the data that will be stored. The first key of the property is the data type. What is cascade update? When referential integrity is a set in a relationship, the property that will cause the related key on the many side of a relationship to change the new value on the related record. What is cascade delete? If there are two tables such as one teachers and one student, when you want a teacher row to be deleted if it’s a corresponding row is deleted in the…

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    any business decisions that need to be made. When dealing with data integrity, having the full or complete set of data is a necessity. If only half or some of the data is entered than it cannot be considered accurate. There are several ways to ensure that data integrity is being followed by using: constraints, primary and foreign keys, and removing duplicate data from the database. When merging two company’s data into one data warehouse, data integrity needs to be checked using a technique known…

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    In comparison to other liberal democracies, the U.S. manages foreign policy in an unusual way. America’s foreign policy is the expression of its ambitions and how it plans to achieve them by interacting with different countries. Foreign policy has become more difficult. “The distinction between foreign and domestic issues is no longer pronounced, and as the global financial crisis of 2008 proved, local decisions have ripple effects abroad” (fpa.org 2015). “Three goals guide foreign…

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    dream and a bad team.” Teamwork or collaboration is essential for success when the ultimate objective involves different people or teams working together. The research by Madge B. Haughton (2010), explores how American firms use collaboration (teamwork) to be successful in China. The research explores the key factors for success but also looks at some of the challenges that hinder effective collaboration and some areas where the development of the research can occur. The purpose of this…

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    merchant, Mahbub Ali; the Indian master of disguises, Hurree Babu; and the mysterious agent E23. For Kipling, it was essential that an effective intelligence organization recruited from an objective region utilized master language specialists and, where conceivable, abused the individuals who as of now worked in the adversary's senior positions. The enlisting of neighborhood Asian specialists was basic practice. Attachés, diplomats and news journalists the name given to nearby spies…

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    focus on someone or something involving a lock and a key while expressing an emotion. This project wasn’t a solo project, but instead involved working with one other person. The lock and key could be metaphoric or literal and from that concept we had to tell a story in twelve to fifteen shots. Our idea was to convey a young musician finding the right “key” on his guitar and “unlock” the excitement (which was our assigned emotion) inside of him. I believe the project turned out successfully in…

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    Score Matching (PSM) provides the service providers with constructive and experimental methodologies for evaluating impact of the Professional Training Corps (PTCs). Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) identified in such trials can help evaluate the effectiveness of the courses more effectively, especially considering the heterogeneous nature of the population. • PFS projects are multi-year, multi-party performance based contract and, hence, are required to be treated as such. The construction…

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    Security is very essential to you as a homeowner. You need to optimize the security of your home as homeowner. There are many ways through which you can optimize the security of your home. Some of those ways include: installing electric gates in your home, fencing and so on. Did you know that keyless entry locks can help in optimizing the security of your home? Most homeowners have installed these locks in their homes. You will realize that burglars normally have evil motives of stealing your…

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    delegation, status quo bias, inaction inertia, and option fixation are directly tied to electing decision sidestepping as a form of decision making to achieve closure in person highly motivated for an end result. Mentioned choices coincide with a notion that are directly tied to norm, a prior decision, or a credible source. Research articles findings suggest that indeed there is a strong correlation between decision sidestepping and motivation to achieve closure. 1 What are the key issues…

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