Draw a lattice hierarchy for dimension, Mathematics

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1. Draw the two star schemas and specify all relevant attributes.

2. Identify conformed dimensions.

3. Identify any slowly changing dimensions and the attributes whose values may change from time to time.

4. Draw a lattice hierarchy for each dimension that has more than one level.

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