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Accounting Information Systems

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Ulric J. Gelinas + 3 others
ISBN: 9781337552127

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11th Edition
Ulric J. Gelinas + 3 others
ISBN: 9781337552127
Textbook Problem

Explain the concept of functional dependence.

Summary Introduction

To explain: The concept of functional dependence.

Introduction:

Database management systems (DBMS):

It is computer software for creating and managing databases. The DBMS provides a way for the users to create, update, retrieve and manage the data present in the database. It also supports the administration and use of the database on different platforms.

Explanation

The concept of functional dependence:

A functional dependency is a relationship where a single attribute will uniquely decide another attribute. The concept of functional dependency in a database will serve a constraint between two different sets of attributes...

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