Repeating group dataa. is a form of data redundancy common to replicated databases in a distributed database environment.b. is a name given to one of the three anomalies that result from unnormalized database tables.c. can exist only in a table with a composite primary key.d. cannot exist in tables that are normalized at the 2NF level.e. is none of the above.

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Repeating group data
a. is a form of data redundancy common to replicated databases in a distributed database environment.
b. is a name given to one of the three anomalies that result from unnormalized database tables.
c. can exist only in a table with a composite primary key.
d. cannot exist in tables that are normalized at the 2NF level.
e. is none of the above.

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