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When every condition appears with equality condition (=) only. c)  

Natural join (denoted by R*S)

When two join attributes have the similar name in both relations. (That attribute is

Known as Join attribute), only one of the two attributes is retained in the join relation. The join condition in such a case is = for the join attribute. The condition is not given in the natural join.

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