Advantages of database systems, Database Management System

Problem

1. Describe the following

a) Advantages of Database Systems

b) Functions of a DBMS

  • Explanation of part (a) and (b)

2. Explain the following concepts with respect to storage structures in databases

a) Clustering

b) Indexing

  • Explanation of part (a) and (b)

3. Explain the first 3 Normal Forms taking the help of an un-normalized relation and reducing it to 3 NF

  • Defining and Explaining First three Normal Forms
  • Example
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