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(Solved) : 1 Three Relationships Entities Player Team Match Shown Player Match Team Pid Pk Playshomeh Q35008676 . . .

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determine the multiplicity plz1. There are three relationships between the entities Player, Team and Match as shown below: Player Match Team pid (PK) Has P1. There are three relationships between the entities Player, Team and Match as shown below: Player Match Team pid (PK) Has PlaysHomehomeTeam (PK) name dob address tid (PK) name city PlaysAway matchDate (PK score a) For each of the relationships Has, PlaysHome and PlaysAway: Determine the multiplicities, i.e. constraints on the relationship. Justify your choice. State the degree and type of the relationship. . b) M ap the given conceptual data model to a relational schema, indicating both primary and foreign keys. Show transcribed image text 1. There are three relationships between the entities Player, Team and Match as shown below: Player Match Team pid (PK) Has PlaysHomehomeTeam (PK) name dob address tid (PK) name city PlaysAway matchDate (PK score a) For each of the relationships Has, PlaysHome and PlaysAway: Determine the multiplicities, i.e. constraints on the relationship. Justify your choice. State the degree and type of the relationship. . b) M ap the given conceptual data model to a relational schema, indicating both primary and foreign keys.

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determine the multiplicity plz1. There are three relationships between the entities Player, Team and Match as shown below: Player Match Team pid (PK) Has P1. There are three relationships between the entities Player, Team and Match as shown below: Player Match Team pid (PK) Has PlaysHomehomeTeam (PK) name dob address tid (PK) name city PlaysAway matchDate (PK score a) For each of the relationships Has, PlaysHome and PlaysAway: Determine the multiplicities, i.e. constraints on the relationship. ... View full description