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Question 58

Given the basic ER and relational models, which of the following is INCORRECT?
An attribute of an entity can have more than one value


An attribute of an entity can be composite


In a row of a relational table, an attribute can have more than one value


In a row of a relational table, an attribute can have exactly one value or a NULL value

Question 58 Explanation:
Option (A): In ERmodel, multivalued attribute of an entity can have more than one value.
Option (B): In ER model, the attribute which can be further broken down into some other attributes is called composite attribute.
Option (C): In Relational model, the intersection of one row and column should contain only one value. So, option (C) is INCORRECT.
Option (D): In Relational model, the intersection of one row and column should contain either exactly one value or NULL.
Option (B): In ER model, the attribute which can be further broken down into some other attributes is called composite attribute.
Option (C): In Relational model, the intersection of one row and column should contain only one value. So, option (C) is INCORRECT.
Option (D): In Relational model, the intersection of one row and column should contain either exactly one value or NULL.
Correct Answer: C
Question 58 Explanation:
Option (A): In ERmodel, multivalued attribute of an entity can have more than one value.
Option (B): In ER model, the attribute which can be further broken down into some other attributes is called composite attribute.
Option (C): In Relational model, the intersection of one row and column should contain only one value. So, option (C) is INCORRECT.
Option (D): In Relational model, the intersection of one row and column should contain either exactly one value or NULL.
Option (B): In ER model, the attribute which can be further broken down into some other attributes is called composite attribute.
Option (C): In Relational model, the intersection of one row and column should contain only one value. So, option (C) is INCORRECT.
Option (D): In Relational model, the intersection of one row and column should contain either exactly one value or NULL.
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