Is it 5?

E1(**A**,B,C,*D*)

E2(**D**,E,F,*G*)

E3(**G**,H,*G*)

E4(**I**,J,K,*A*)

R3(**G,A**)

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Find minimum number of tables needed?

Answer : (3)

Can anyone please explain the answer and how to approach such complex er diagrams?

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T1 - E1,R1,E2 (1:1 and total participation from E1)

T2 - E3,R2,R4

T3 - R3 (M:N)

T4 - E4,R5

I think the answer is 4, can anyone tell me what else can be clubbed among these..

T2 - E3,R2,R4

T3 - R3 (M:N)

T4 - E4,R5

I think the answer is 4, can anyone tell me what else can be clubbed among these..

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