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Database Systems: Concepts, Design and Applications by S. K. Singh

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1.Normalization is a process of decomposing a set of relations with anomalies to produce smaller and well-structured relations that contain minimum or no redundancy.
2.A relation is said to be in 1NF if the values in the domain of each attribute of the relation are non-atomic.
3.1NF contains no redundant information.
4.2Nf is always in 1NF.
5.2NF is the removal of the partial functional dependencies or redundant data.
6.When a relation R in 2NF with FDs AB and BCDEF (where A is the only candidate key), is decomposed into two relations R1 (with AB) and R2 (with BCDEF), the relations R1 and R2
  1. are always a lossless decomposition of R.

  2. usually have total combined storage space less than R.

  3. have no delete anomalies.

  4. will ...

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