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MCQ: In unary relational operations, SELECT operation is partition of relation usually classified as

  1. horizontal partition
  2. vertical partition
  3. insert partition
  4. delete partition


MCQ: Operators in SELECT operation statement such as 'and' , 'or' and 'not' are classified as

  1. Boolean operators
  2. tuple operators
  3. string operators
  4. insertion operators


MCQ: If in JOIN operation, conditions of JOIN operation are not satisfied then results of operation is

  1. zero tuples and empty relation
  2. one tuple from one relation
  3. zero tuples from two relation
  4. two tuples from empty relations


MCQ: Because of calculus expression, relational calculus is considered as

  1. procedural language
  2. non procedural language
  3. structural language
  4. functional language


MCQ: DIVISION operation can be applied to two relations A and B such as R(A) ÷ R(B) where as

  1. A does not belong to B
  2. A must be added to B
  3. A belongs or equal to B
  4. A must be subtracted from B