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1 Page 1 of 5 Normalization Lab 12 and Take-home Exam II Objective The goal of this lab is to give you more practice on normalizing a database. You will analyze an existing database to determine the changes needed to convert it to Third Normal Form. You will then use SQL Server to refactor the database without losing any existing data. Resources The class slides, your notes, and the sample problem that we worked in class may be helpful for reference. Turn In Instructions For this lab you will: enter answers in an Angel quiz and make changes to a database on the server. The Angel portion of the lab will count towards your Lab 12 grade. The database portion of the lab will count towards your Exam II grade.

3 Page 3 of 5 Algorithmically Normalize the Relation Below are four functional dependencies for the Promotions relation. For each functional dependency answer the two associated questions on the Angel Quiz for Lab 12. FD1: Store Address, Manager Question 1: Why is FD1 a functional dependency for the Promotions Question 2: FD1 violates third normal form (3NF) for the Promotions relation. What is it about FD1 that violates 3NF? FD2: Manager ManagerPh Question 3: Why is FD2 a functional dependency for the Promotions Question 4: FD2 violates 3NF for the Promotions relation. What is it about FD2 that violates 3NF? FD3: Promotion Name Promotion Terms Question 5: Why is FD3 a functional dependency for the Promotions Question 6: FD3 violates 3NF for the Promotions relation. What is it about FD3 that violates 3NF? FD4: Store, Promotion Name Total Sales For Promotion Question 7: Why is FD4 a functional dependency for the Promotions Question 8: FD4 actually satisfies 3NF for the Promotions relation. Why does FD4 satisfy 3NF? Here again are the functional dependencies for the Promotions relation. The functional dependencies that violate third normal form are indicated. Violation! FD1: Store Address, Manager Violation! FD2: Manager Manager Phone Violation! FD3: Promotion Name Promotion Terms FD4: Store, Promotion Name Total Sales For Promotion Question 9: Calculate the closure {Store} + of FD1. Question 10: Decompose the Promotions relation into two new relations based on FD1. Give the relations and attributes in Relation(Attribute1, Attribute2, ) format. Note: Do not skip directly to the final solution. We want to see that you can use the algorithmic technique discussed in class so that you re prepared to deal with very large databases. Question 11: Continue the process of decomposing the relations that still violate third normal form until all the relations are in third normal form. Give the final relations and attributes in Relation(Attribute1, Attribute2, ) format. (Hint: Your final decomposition

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