Relational Database Design Algorithms Dependencies Multiple Choice Questions 1 PDF Download

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MCQ on Relational Database Design Algorithms Dependencies Quiz PDF Download Test 1

MCQ. The normal form which consider all the types of constraints and dependencies is classified as

  1. domain-key normal form
  2. foreign-key normal form
  3. candidate-key normal form
  4. primary-key normal form

A

MCQ. The tuples that are represented in one of two relations and are lost if the JOIN operation is performed are called

  1. functional tuples
  2. dangling tuples
  3. algorithm tuples
  4. decomposition tuples

B

MCQ. The inclusion dependencies that are preceding are used to represent

  1. algorithmic constraint
  2. trivial constraint
  3. referential integrity constraint
  4. decomposition constraint

C

MCQ. The template conclusion is a set of tuples that must be included in the relations in the template dependency called

  1. constraint generating templates
  2. tuple generating templates
  3. schema generating templates
  4. relation filtering template

B

MCQ. The other name of project-join normal form is

  1. join normal form
  2. trivial normal form
  3. sixth normal form
  4. fifth normal form

D