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Question: Which of the following column properties would be used to specify that cells in a column must contain a monetary value?
Options:
A.Null status
B.Data type
C.Default value
D.Data constraints
Answer: Option B

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Question 1. Which of the following situation requires the use of ID-dependent entities?
  1.    Association relationships only
  2.    Multivalued attributes only
  3.    Archetype/instance relationships only
  4.    All of the above use ID dependent entities
Answer: Option D
Question 2. A foreign key is:
  1.    a column containing the primary key of another table.
  2.    used to define data types.
  3.    used to define null status.
  4.    all of the above are above correct.
Answer: Option A
Question 3. In a 1:1 relationship, the foreign key is placed in:
  1.    either table without specifying parent and child tables.
  2.    the parent table.
  3.    the child table.
  4.    either the parent table or the child table.
Answer: Option A
Question 4. A primary key should be defined as:
  1.    NULL.
  2.    NOT NULL.
  3.    Either of the above can be used.
  4.    None of the above are correct.
Answer: Option B
Question 5. Which of the following column properties specifies whether or not cells in a column must contain a data value?
  1.    Null status
  2.    Data type
  3.    Default value
  4.    Data constraints
Answer: Option A
Question 6. In a 1:N relationship, the foreign key is placed in:
  1.    either table without specifying parent and child tables.
  2.    the parent table.
  3.    the child table.
  4.    either the parent table or the child table.
Answer: Option C

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