Business rules, Business Management

I want you to pretend that you are going to interview Bob of Bob's Used Book Store.  In general, Bob needs a database system to replace their current paper trail of keeping track of their inventory of books, transactions with customers, and other accouting information.

You need to come up with at least 10 questions (not just yes or no quesitons) that you would ask Bob concerning his store which would help you towards creating your database design for him.

Then turn the tables and pretend that you are Bob (or his helpful and eager business partner).  I would like you to try to answer at least 5 of the questions that you came up with.  Feel free to be creative in what you feel is involved with your bookstore.   Make sure your answers are at least a paragraph in length.

Using this information I want you to determine at least 5 key business rules for Bob's business.  I also want you to come up with a rough diagram (ERD) of at least a part of Bob's business (including the appropriate relationships  between entities).

Be sure to submit your work as one Word document with a screen shot of your diagram in the document.

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