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In relational Algebra, you have a procedure for getting output ====> procedure language

but In relational Calculus, you don't have a procedure for getting output ====> non-procedure language

 

Therefore, Option D is Correct

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Yea but option C should be right na , because it says option A and B are false which is a false statement
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no, your interpretation is wrong for that option.

actually, it means...

statement1:- .....................................

statement2:- ......................................

option A: -  statement 1 is false
 

option B: -  statement 2 is false
 
option C: -  Both false
 
option D: -  none of them is false
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Didn't get
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assume that given question is

Which of the following statement is false statement

option A: -  relational algebra is non-procedural language
 
option B: -  relational calculus is procedural language
 
option C: -  Both option A and Option B are false statements
 
option D: -  none of these

 

then what is answer:- Option C right?

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