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Can plz any one give solutions of e,f,g,h in relational algebra?

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1.(Select sid from supplier  where supplier.sid=catalog.sid and parts.pid=catalog.pid) -(Select sid from supplier  where supplier.sid=catalog.sid and parts.pid=catalog.pid and parts.color!=red)

2.Select sid from supplier  where ((supplier.sid=catalog.sid )and (parts.pid=catalog.pid ))and (parts.color=red)

3.Select sid from supplier  where supplier.sid=catalog.sid and parts.pid=catalog.pid and( parts.color=red) or

(parts.color=green)

4.

Select sid from supplier  where((supplier.sid=catalog.sid )and (parts.pid=catalog.pid)) and((parts.color=red) or

(parts.color!=green))
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not in SQL, interested in RA
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Ma'am can you please explain the 4th query? I am unable to get it.Does it require Sid of all parts which are not green?
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plz write in R.A
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$\prod. _{p.color=red\wedge p.color\neq green}\left ( \sigma _{\left ( s.sid=c.sid \right )\wedge \left ( c.pid=p.pid \right )}\left ( Supplier\times Parts\times Catalog \right ) \right )$

I have wriiten 4th one

now u try others
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@Shaik

both same rt?

only notation different
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@srestha mam, some of them ( 2,3,4 even with RA ) you did wrong

SQL is some what easy compared to RA

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Yes ma'am I understood your query but I am getting confused with the posted answer by @shaik.both seem to be correct.I am unable to identify the error and difference.can anybody help out with an example table?
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Mam doesn't apply the condition " ALL RED "

and note that the 4th query in RA results

who has supplied atleast one red

clearly observe that,

p.color=red ^ p.color != green   equivalent to p.color='red' only

why, with in a  tuple, on particular attribute you are applying two conditions

p.color =red means p.color != non-red

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Yes exactly where my doubt was.Thanks.
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yes @Shaik I understood it need division operation

but here we need to join 3 tables Supplier, Parts and Catalog

right?

plz tel me why u havenot done that?
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mam,there is no need of suppliers table information
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ok , yes u r right :)

Suppliers(Sid,Sname,rating) ------> (sid) is key

Parts(Pid,Pname,color) ------> (pid) is key

Catalog(sid,pid,cost) ------> (sid,pid) is key

1) Retrieve sid's supplied only RED parts

it means the suppliers didn't supply atleast one non-red parts ===> ( total red suppliers ) - ( total non-red suppliers )

## πsid ( Catalog  ⊠ catalog.pid = Parts.pid   ( σcolor = 'red' ( Parts ) )  )  -  πsid ( Catalog  ⊠ catalog.pid = Parts.pid ( σcolor ≠ 'red' ( Parts ) )  )

2) Retrieve sid's supplied EVERY RED part

it means sid's who supplied every RED parts ===> when EVERY ( ALL ) term encounter, use DIVISION operator in RA

## πCatalog.sid,P.color ( Catalog  ⊠ Catalog.pid = Parts.pid  ( Parts ) )  ) /   πParts.pid (  ( σcolor = 'red' ( Parts ) )  )

3) Retrieve sid's supplied EVERY RED part or EVERY green part

Union the RED and Green

## ( πCatalog.sid,P.color ( Catalog  ⊠ Catalog.pid = Parts.pid  ( Parts ) )  )  /  πParts.pid (  ( σcolor = 'green' ( Parts ) )  ) )

4) Retrieve sid's supplied EVERY RED part but not ANY GREEN part

Set difference of All RED and ANY Green

-

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for 1st one

## πsid ( Catalog  ⊠ catalog.pid = Parts.pid   ( σcolor = 'red' ( Parts ) )  )  -  πsid ( Catalog  ⊠ catalog.pid = Parts.pid   ( σcolor ≠ 'red' ( Parts ) )  )

this also a correct query

right?

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$\prod._{catalog.sid,p.color='red'}\left ( \sigma _{catalog.pid=parts.pid} (\text{Catalog join Parts} \right)) \div $$\prod ._{parts.pid} \left ( \sigma _{catalog.color='red'}\left ( \text{Parts} \right ) \right )$$-\prod ._{catalog.sid}\left ( \sigma _{catalog.pid=parts.pid\wedge parts.color='green'}\text{Catalog join Parts} \right )$
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i didn't find any difference on your first comment and my answer... you simply copy and paste it...

which query, you second comment represent?
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1st one I crossed "color=red " part

because without that too query give same result

right?
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2nd comment is for number h) i.e. 4th one

chk u missed p.color=red

and u havenot directly join with Catalog with Parts

just minor update I have done :)

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for 1st one... Yes, that didn't make any difference... Your query also right...

for 4th one...

i use p.color="red" at division query

your query also correct but there is a minor mistake in that

used p.colour="red" used with projection operator but it should be with selection operator

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yes rt

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