POS 410 Week 1 Dq 1&2

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Week 1
Week 1 DQ 1
How would you define a relational database?
Week 1 DQ 2
What is “normalization” and why do we normalize DBs?
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POS 410 Week 1 Dq 1&2,
A relational database matches data by using common characteristics found within the data set. The resulting groups of data are organized and are much easier for many people to understand. For example, a data set containing all the real-estate transactions in a town can be
A relational database matches data by using common characteristics found within the data set. The resulting groups of data are organized and are much easier for many people to understand. For example, a data set containing all the real-estate transactions in a town can be
In the field of relational database design, normalization is a systematic way of ensuring that a database structure is suitable for general purpose querying and free of certain undesirable characteristics; insertion, update, and deletion anomalies that could lead to a loss of data integrity. Informally, a relational database table is often described as “normalized” if it is in the Third Normal Form. Most 3NF tables are free of insertion, update, and deletion anomalies, i.e. in
In the field of relational database design, normalization is a systematic way of ensuring that a database structure is suitable for general purpose querying and free of certain undesirable characteristics; insertion, update, and deletion anomalies that could lead to a loss of data integrity. Informally, a relational database table is often described as “normalized” if it is in the Third Normal Form. Most 3NF tables are free of insertion, update, and deletion anomalies, i.e. in
In the field of relational database design, normalization is a systematic way of ensuring that a database structure is suitable for general purpose querying and free of certain undesirable characteristics; insertion, update, and deletion anomalies that could lead to a loss of data integrity. Informally, a relational database table is often described as “normalized” if it is in the Third Normal Form. Most 3NF tables are free of insertion, update, and deletion anomalies, i.e. in

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