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CS 440 Database Management Systems Practice problems for normalization

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Question 1: FD & key Consider a relation R(A,B,C,D,E) with FD's, S={AB C, CD E, C A, C D, D B}: a) Determine all the keys of relation R. Do not list super keys that are not a minimal key. Solution: Keys: AB, AD, C To get the key AB, we can do the following: – From AB C and C D, we obtain AB D. – From AB C and AB D, we obtain AB CD. – From AB CD and CD E, we obtain AB E.

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Question 1 (Solution Contd..) To get the key AD, we can do the following: – From D B, we can get AD AB. – From AB, we can obtain the rest of the attributes. To get the key C, we can do the following: – From C A and C B, we obtained C AB. – From AB, we can obtain the rest of the attributes.

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Question 2: FD Consider a relation R(A, B, C, D, E, F) with the following set of FD’s : S:{ A BC, CD E, B D, E A, CF B} a) Give an example of FD that follows from S and explain your answer. Solution: AB D, D is in the closure of AB. Because A B and B D Thus AB D is a valid FD that follows S.

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Question 2(Solution Contd..) Consider a relation R(A, B, C, D, E, F) with the following set of FD’s : S:{ A BC, CD E, B D, E A, CF B} b) Give an example of FD that does not follow from S and explain your answer. Solution: B C, C is not in the closure of B. B doesn’t uniquely identify C accordance to S. So, B C is not valid accordance to S.

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Question 3: BCNF Consider relation R (A, B, C) with a set of FDs F={AB → C, C→A}. determine whether R is in BCNF. Solution: The keys are AB and BC. R is not in BCNF since left hand side of C→A is not a super key.

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Question 4: BCNF Consider the relation schema R(A, B, C, D, E) with FD’s, A BCDE, C D, and CE B. Decompose the relation till it follows BCNF. Solution: R is not in BCNF because CE B and CE is not a super key. Decompose R: R1= {CEB}, R2={ACDE} R1 is in BCNF R2 is not in BCNF, because C D and C is not a super key Decompose R2: R21= {C,D}, R22={A,C,E} R1,R21,R22 are in BCNF.

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Question 5: BCNF Consider a relation R=(A,B,C,D,E) with the following functional dependencies, S= {BC ADE, D B}. a) Find all candidate keys. Solution: The keys are {B,C} and {C,D}. {B,C} is a key from BC ADE. To get the key {C,D}: from D B we get B, with B and C we have BC ADE.

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Question 5 (Contd..) Consider a relation R=(A,B,C,D,E) with the following functional dependencies, S= {BC ADE,D B}. b) Identify whether or not R is in BCNF. Solution: The relation is not BCNF because D is not a super key which violates BCNF.

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Question 6: BCNF Consider a relation R = (A,B,C,D,E) with the following functional dependencies, S= {CE D,D B,C A}. a) Find all candidate keys. Solution: The only key is {C,E} To get the key CE, we can do the following: – From CE D and D B, we obtain CE B. – From CE D and C A, we obtain CE AD.

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Question 6 (Contd..) Consider a relation R = (A,B,C,D,E) with S = {CE D,D B,C A}. b) If the relation is not in BCNF, decompose it until it becomes BCNF. Solution: Relation R is not in BCNF. Step 1: Decomposes R into R1=(A,C) and R2=(B,C,D,E). Resulting R1 is in BCNF. R2 is not. Step 2: Decompose R2 into, R21=(C,D,E) and R22=(B,D). Both relations are in BCNF.

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