OPERATING SYSEMS, Basic Computer Science

Design an ER diagram for an IT training group.
The company has 12 instructors and can handle
upto 100 trainees for each training section. The
company offers 5 advanced technology courses,
each of which is taught by a team of 2 or more
2
instructors. Each instructor is assigned to a
maximum of two teaching teams or may be
assigned to do research. Each trainee undertakes
one advanced technology course per training
session.
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