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

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1.ORDBMS can handle
  1. complex objects.

  2. user-defined types.

  3. abstract data types.

  4. All of these.

2.Object-relational DBMS (ORDBMS) is also called
  1. enhanced relational DBMS.

  2. general relational DBMS.

  3. object-oriented DBMS.

  4. All of these.

3.ORDBMS supports
  1. object capabilities.

  2. relational capabilities.

  3. Both (a) and (b).

  4. None of these.

4.Example of complex objects are
  1. spatial and geographic data in maps.

  2. spatial and geographic data in air/water pollution.

  3. spatial and geographic data in traffic control.

  4. All of these.

5.Example of complex objects are
  1. complex non-conventional data in engineering designs.

  2. complex non-conventional data in the biological genome information.

  3. complex non-conventional data in architectural drawings.

  4. All of these. ...

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