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Raghuramkrishnan Exercise4.3 question 11 page no127 Relational Algebra
Suppliers(sid, sname, address) Parts(pid, pname, color) Catalog(sid, pid, cost) Find the pids of the most expensive parts supplied by suppliers named Yosemite Sham
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Raghuramkrishnan Exercise4.3 page127
Given relation catalog(sid, pid, cost) Find pairs of sids such that the supplier with the first sid charges more for some part than the supplier with the second sid what is the relational algebra expression for this?
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Molina Exercise6.2.2 page267 SQL
Product(maker, model, type) PC(model, speed, ram, hd, price) Laptop(model, speed, ram, hd, screen, price) Find those manufacturers of at least two different computers (PC's or laptops) with speeds of at least 3.0 is my query ... AND count(distinct model)>=2 UNION select maker from Product NATURAL JOIN Laptop where speed>=3 AND count(distinct model)>=2
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ISIPCB2015C5
Consider three relations $R_1(\underline{X},Y,Z), R_2(\underline{M},N,P),$ and $R_3(\underline{N,X})$. The primary keys of the relations are underlined. The relations have $100,30,$ and $400$ tuples, respectively. The space requirements for different attributes ... execution of the join. For, (a), Order could be anything and min. cost =$100*30*400*$total size of all the attributes.
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MadeEasy Test Series: Databases  Joins
Table T1 4000 record and 50 disk block Table T2 300 record 20 block has joined with specific condition, No index is available if nested loop join with most appropriate table in outer loop No of block access to read the data are ………. what it would be if nested block joined used?
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Relational Algebra from Aku paper previous year
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JOIN Doubt
in case of outer join for combining two tables, if there is no common attribute does it returns cartesian product just like natural join does?
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General Doubt: Databases  Joins
A system where commutativity is considered different, in how many ways the join of n relations r1,r2, . . . ,rn can be taken?
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Relational Algebra
Online Site For practicing Relational Algebra https://dbisuibk.github.io/relax/calc.htm
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UGCNETJuly2018II61
In RDBMS, which type of Join returns all rows that satisfy the join condition? Inner Join Outer Join Semi Join Anti Join
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MadeEasy Test Series: Databases  Natural Join
Consider a relation r1(A, B, C), r2(C, D, E) and r3(F, G) with primary keys A, C and F respectively. Assume that r1 has 150 tupples, r2 has 100 tupples and r3 has 75 tupples. The number of resultant tuple in are ________.
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what is different types of joins and what is difference between them ? please explain with example.
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MadeEasy Test Series 2018: Databases  joins
How to solve this?
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Relational algebra
I have two doubts: 1) A natural join B What will be the result when B don't have any tuple in it. Like in B their is relational algebra expression which is selecting Cars of green color but their is no green color car in table. What will be the ... B In above divison if B is a relational algebra expression returning nothing ( like the B in case 1). What will be the result ?
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Test question
Consider the join of a relation R with a relation S. If R has 100 tuples and S has 9 tuples then the maximum and minimum sizes of the join respectively under referential integrity constraint: 9 and 0 9 and 9 9+100 and 0 9*100 and 9
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Tuples
Consider a relation R(A,B,C) with the following functional dependency AC→B .A can take 200 distinct values, B can take 100 distinct values and C can take 1000 distinct values. What is the maximum and minimum possible tuples of the self join of R on C?
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MadeEasy Test Series: Databases  Joins
Can someone explain this question?
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#DBMS What will be the Minimum Number of Tuples?
Say we have two relations R (a,b,c) and S (b,d,e). Now, R has 200 tuples and S has 300 tuples. What will be Minimum number of tuples when we do R ⋈ S ( ⋈ = Natural Join)?
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Relational algebra
Consider the relations r1(P, Q, R) and r2(R, S, T) with primary keys P and R respectively. The relation r1 contains 2000 tuples and r2 contains 2500 tuples. The maximum size of the join r1⋈ r2 is equal to r2⋈ r1 true or false?
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DBMS SELF DOUBT
Let R and S be two relations with the following schema R(P−−,Q−−,R1,R2,R3) S(P−−,Q−−,S1,S2) where {P,Q} is the key for both schemas? R:{⟨"1","abc","p1","p2","p3"⟩, ⟨"2","xyz", ... ;,"q3"⟩ ⟨"2","def","q1","q2","q3"⟩ WHat is R *S? WHERE * IS NATURAL JOIN.
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relational algebra question
Given two union compatible relations R1(A,B) and R2(C,D), what is the result of the operation R1 ⋈ (A=C∨B=D)R2? R1∪R2 R1×R2 R1–R2 R1∩R2
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Relational Algebra
what is difference between full outer join and cross product?
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#newgradiance #dbms #sql #joins Q5
Suppose relations R(A,B) and S(B,C,D) have the tuples shown below: R = A B 1 2 3 4 5 6 S = B C D 2 4 6 4 6 8 4 7 9 Compute the result of the join query: SELECT A, R.B, C, D FROM R, S WHERE R.B = S.B Then, identify which of the following tuples is in the result. a) (1,4,7,9) b) (5,6,4,6) c) (3,4,7,9) d) (3,4,2,6)
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#newgradiance #dbms #sql #joins Q4
Suppose relations R(A,B) and S(B,C,D) have the tuples shown below: R = A B 1 2 3 4 5 6 S = B C D 2 4 6 4 6 8 4 7 9 Compute the result of the join query: SELECT A, R.B, S.B, C, D FROM R, S WHERE R.A < S.C AND R.B < S.D Then, identify one of the tuples in the result from the list below. a) (1,2,2,6,8) b) (1,2,2,4,6) c) (3,4,4,7,8) d) (3,4,5,7,9)
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#newgradiance #dbms #sql #joins Q3
Here are two relations, R(A,B) and S(C,D). Their current values are: R = A B 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 S = C D 2 10 4 12 6 14 8 16 Compute the result of the query: SELECT A, D FROM R, S WHERE B+C = 10 Identify, in the list below, the row that appears in the result. a) (7,10) b) (1,10) c) (1,12) d) (3,10)
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#newgradiance #dbms #sql #joins Q2
Here are three relations, R(a,b), S(a,b), and T(a,b). Their current values are: R S T a b 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 a b 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 a b 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 Compute the result of the query: SELECT R.a, R.b, S.b, T.b FROM R, S, T WHERE R.b = S ... times it appears. a) (1,0,0,1) appears once. b) (0,0,1,1) appears twice. c) (0,1,1,1) does not appear. d) (1,1,1,0) appears once.
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#newgradiance #dbms #sql #joins Q1
The latest scores from the Japanese Baseball League are in the table with schema Scores(Team, Opponent, RunsFor, RunsAgainst) The data in this table is as follows: Team Opponent RunsFor RunsAgainst Dragons Tigers 5 3 Carp Swallows 4 6 Bay Stars Giants 2 ... , a row of the result. a) Ham Fighters Lions b) Bay Stars Buffaloes c) Lions Marines d) Golden Eagles Lions
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MadeEasy Subject Test: Databases  Joins
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MadeEasy Subject Test: Databases  Joins
Maximum no. of possible records in the result of the following expression is?
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MadeEasy Subject Test: Databases  Joins
I think the answer should be 300 because in relation Q, C and E collectively distinguish a tuple from another tuple.So there can be duplicate values in C and then the natural join of P and Q will give 300 tuples.Same case can be considered when we natural join P,Q with R. Am I correct??
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