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Q1. The exhibit shows a relation for a company projects. Which candidate key(s) would best serve as

the primary key for this relation?

A. S_Date and E_Date

B. ProjJD

C. ltem_Num and E_Date

D. Proj_ID and Item_Num

Answer: D

Q2. To create a view, what are the minimal privileges that a user must have for the relations used to make the view? 






Q3. Which database architecture is best suited to implementation in the World Wide Web


A. Two-tier using thin client

B. Three-tier using fat client

C. Three-tier using thin client

D. Centralized mainframe with terminal client

Answer: C

Q4. Which of the following definitions best describes an entity? 

A. A relation 

B. Data about data 

C. Data stored in a table column 

D. An item about which information is stored 


Q5. Which type of relational integrity is violated if a primary key in a database has a null value? 

A. Entity integrity 

B. Domain integrity 

C. Domain constraints 

D. Referential integrity 


Q6. Consider the Information Engineering diagram in the exhibit showing the relations BUILDING and RESIDENT. What is the relationship between BUILDING and RESIDENT? 

A 1:1 

A. 1:N 

B. N:1 

C. M:N 


Q7. Consider the following SQL statement and the Orders relation shown in the exhibit: How many records should be returned? 

A. Two records 

B. Three records 

C. Four records 

D. Five records 


Q8. Consider the entity-relationship (ER) diagram shown in the exhibit. Which type of relationship between the two entities is shown? 

B. A many-to-many relationship 

C. A one-to-one relationship 

D. A one-to-many relationship