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Q1: In the crow’s foot notation, entity types are denoted by boxes
Q2: In crow’s foot notation, crow feet with 3 claws represent maximum cardinality greater than 1
Q3: Entity relationship diagrams usually depict Maximum cardinality integrity constraints associated for all attributes
Q4: In a generalization hierarchy, attributes inherited from a supertype are not shown in ERD
Q5: A relationship involving more than two entity types is an M-way (multiway) relationships
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