# Japanese Industry

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PROBLEM #1: Convert the following CLASS table into 3NF tables.
Examples of Course# are: BUS 297D, BUS 240, etc.
Examples of Section# are: 1, 2, 3, etc.
Examples of Course-Name are: Database Management; VB Programming Examples of Room# are: BBC 003, BBC 301, etc.
Examples of Room-Capacity are: 50, 30, 80, etc.

CLASS (Course#, Section#, Course-Name, Room#, Room-Capacity)

Step 1: List all Functional Dependencies
Course# ( Course-Name
Room# ( Room-Capacity
Course#, Section# ( Room#

Step 2: List all Tables
COURSE(Course#, Course-Name)
ROOMS(Room#, Room-Capacity)
CLASS (Course#, Section#, Room#)

PROBLEM #2: Convert the following PARTS table into 3NF tables
|Part# |Part |Vendor |Vendor |Unit |
| |Description|Name |City |Cost |

|1234 |Logic Chip|Fast Chips|Cupertino |10.00 |

| | |Smart |Phoenix |8.00 |
| | |Chips | | |
|5678 |Memory |Fast Chips|Cupertino |3.00 |
| | |Quality |Austin |2.00 |
| | |Chips | | |
| | |Smart |Phoenix |5.00 |
| | |Chips | | |

SOLUTION
Step 1: Identify all functional dependencies
Part# ( Part-Description
Vendor-Name ( Vendor-City
Part#, Vendor-Name ( Unit-Cost

Step 2: Re-write the functional dependencies as tables

PARTS (Part#, Part-Description)
VENDORS (Vendor-Name, Vendor-City)
COST (Part#, Vendor-Name, Unit-Cost)

PROBLEM #3: Convert the following CUSTOMER table into 3NF tables AllStar Pizza employs many drivers who deliver pizza to its customers. The company keeps record of its customers, drivers, and deliveries in the following table:

CUSTOMER (DriverID, Driver-First-Name, Driver-Last-Name, Customer#, Delivery#, Cust-LastName,...

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