Functional dependency in entities, Database Management System

FDs in Entities:

Student entity:

                                               Enrolment number →  Student name, Address

Course Entity:

                                                        Course code →  Course name

Instructor/ Teacher Entity:

                                                               Instructor →  Office

 

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