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Database Definitions Exercise
Define the following terms related to databases.

a. Field__________________________________________________________________
b. Record________________________________________________________________
c. Queries________________________________________________________________
d. Network Model__________________________________________________________
e. Primary Key____________________________________________________________
f. Foreign Key____________________________________________________________
g. Entity Relationship______________________________________________________

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Database Definitions Exercise

Definitions relating to Databases:

a. Field - A field is component of a record held in a database, which contains unambiguous information. For example: the author's name, title and/or keywords.

b. Record - A record in the framework of a relational database is a row which is also known as a record or tuple symbolizing a solitary, yet implicitly prepared data point ...

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Six database definitions, described in 222 words, with 1 reference. APA format.

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