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Create a database for a human resources group. List a few different tables and colums to store the HR information. State assumptions in creating the DB and underlying database objects. Use Access to create DB and tables.

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4 tables:

1. Table Departments:

DEPARTMENT_ID
DEPARTMENT_NAME
MANAGER_ID

2. Table ...

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