domain relational calculus

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Relational calculus is classified as

Relational calculus is classified as
  • A. high level language
  • B. low level language
  • C. query specifying language
  • D. query identifying language
  • Correct Answer: Option A

In domain relational calculus, all values that appear in tuples of expression are values from

In domain relational calculus, all values that appear in tuples of expression are values from
  • A. Views
  • B. Domain
  • C. Relation
  • D. Aggregation
  • Correct Answer: Option B

Types of relational calculi includes

Types of relational calculi includes
  • A. domain calculus
  • B. nodes calculus
  • C. tuple calculus
  • D. both a and c
  • Correct Answer: Option D

Restricted tuple relational calculus is equivalent to the

Restricted tuple relational calculus is equivalent to the
  • A. Tuple relational calculus
  • B. Attribute relational calculus
  • C. Domain relational calculus
  • D. Relational algebra
  • Correct Answer: Option D

In relational calculus, variables are bounded with help of

In relational calculus, variables are bounded with help of
  • A. non-identifiers
  • B. non-quantifiers
  • C. quantifiers
  • D. identifiers
  • Correct Answer: Option C

A second form of relational calculus, is known as

A second form of relational calculus, is known as
  • A. Domain relational calculus
  • B. Relational calculus
  • C. Tuple relational calculus
  • D. Attribute relational calculus
  • Correct Answer: Option A

Branch of calculus which is based on mathematical logic is classified as

Branch of calculus which is based on mathematical logic is classified as
  • A. universal calculus
  • B. predicate calculus
  • C. indicate calculus
  • D. local calculus
  • Correct Answer: Option B