boyce codd normal form relations, Database Management System

Create centralized relational database using bottom up method.  

(a) Recognize a single un-normalized relation for the above scenario.         

(b) Recognize the primary key for the un-normalized relation.              

(c) Recognize all functional dependencies available in the above scenario.               

(d)  From identified functional dependencies, produce a set of Boyce Codd Normal form relations. BCNF. (No need to do 1NF, 2NF and 3NF).

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