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Q11. Consider the relation shown in the exhibit. Which of the following SQL statements would return a relation that excludes all customers with a Satisfaction_Rate of less than or equal to 80 unless the Sales_Office is located in Atlanta?

A. SELECT * FROM Customers WHERE Satisfaction_Rate > 80 OR Sales_Office = Atlanta

B. SELECT * FROM Customers WHERE Satisfaction_Rate <= 80 AND Sales_Office = Atlanta

C. SELECT * FROM Customers WHERE Satisfaction_Rate >= 80;

D. SELECT * FROM Customers WHERE Satisfaction_Rate >= 80 AND NOT Sales Office = Atlanta

Q12. For the Employee relation shown in the exhibit, which set of column value holds the complete tuple for the employee named James Smith?

A. 0002, James, Smith

B. 0002, James, Smith,10-25-76

C. First_Name, James, Last_Name, Smith

D. Emp_ID, 0002, First_Name, James, Last_Name, Smith

Q13. Consider the following relation definition:

STUDENT( Student_Number: integer NOT NULL Name: variable length character string length 20 NOT NULL) Primary Key Student_Number HOUSING( Housing_ID: integer NOT NULL Student_Number: integer NOT NULL Building: variable length character string length 25 NOT NULL) Primary Key Housing_ID Foreign Key Student_Number References STUDENT(Student_Number) ON DELETE NO CHECK ON UPDATE

Which integrity constraint is violated in this relation definition?

A. Entity integrity

B. Domain constraint

C. Referential integrity

D. Enterprise constraint

Q14. Consider the Orders relation shown in the exhibit. Which of the following SQL statements would replace the value in the Sales_Rep_No column with 110 everywhere that Sales_Rep_No 108 is listed?

A. UPDATESales_Rep_No IN Orders SET(Sales_Rep_No = 110 WHERE Sales_Rep_No = 108);

B. UPDATE Orders SET Sales_Rep_No = 110 WHERE Sales_Rep_No = 108;

C. UPDATE Orders

SET Sales_Rep_No = 110;

D. UPDATE Orders

WHERE Sales_Rep_No = 108

SET Sales_Rep_No = 110;

Q15. Consider the Orders relation shown in the exhibit. Which of the following SQL statements would return all complete tuples for order dates in 2002, arranged by amount from lowest to highest?

A. SELECT *

FROM Orders

WHERE Order_Date LIKE _02

ORDER BY Amount;

B. SELECT (Order_Date, Amount)

FROM Orders

WHERE Order_Date LIKE %02

ORDER BY Amount;

C. SELECT *

FROM Orders

WHERE Order_Date LIKE _02

ORDER BY Order_No;

D. SELECT *

FROM Orders

WHERE Order_Date LIKE %02

ORDER BY Amount;

Q16. Consider the following SQL statement and the Orders relation shown in the exhibit: How many records should be returned?

A. Two records

B. Three records

C. Four records

D. Five records

Q17. A large enterprise uses a two-tier database architecture and runs complex database applications. Which term best describes the client in this system?

A. Fat client

B. Enterprise client

C. Thin client

D. Terminal client

Q18. Consider the Registration relation shown in the exhibit. Which of the following SQL statements would return all tuples that have course codes beginning with the letter M?

A. SELECT * FROM Registration WHERE Course_Code = #

B. SELECT * FROM Registration WHERE Course_Code LIKE _ C. SELECT* FROM Registration WHERE Course_Code LIKE %

D. SELECT * FROM Registration WHERE Course Code = %

Q19. Which of the following definitions applies to all types of databases?

A. Data that is stored as tables

B. Software that manipulates data

C. Data that is stored in a structured manner

D. Data recordsthat are stored sequentially in a file