Compute the closure set, Database Management System

Compute the closure (F+) for the following set of the functional dependencies defined on R(a,b,c,d), where F - {c→a, abd, ab, dc}, i.e. what are all of the FDs implied by F (Hint; there's 24 of them).

 

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