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# Relational Algebra and Calculus Multiple Choice Questions and Answers PDF p. 1

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## MCQs on Relational Algebra & Calculus Quiz

1.

In unary relational operations, the SELECT operation is partition of relation usually classified as

horizontal partition
vertical partition
insert partition
delete partition

2.

The operators in SELECT operation statement such as 'and' , 'or' and 'not' are classified as

Boolean operators
tuple operators
string operators
insertion operators

3.

If in the JOIN operation, the conditions of JOIN operation are not satisfied then the results of the operation is

zero tuples and empty relation
one tuple from one relation
zero tuples from two relation
two tuples from empty relations

4.

Because of the calculus expression, the relational calculus is considered as

procedural language
non procedural language
structural language
functional language

5.

The DIVISION operation can be applied to two relations A and B such as R(A) ÷ R(B) where as

A does not belong to B
A must be added to B
A belongs or equal to B
A must be subtracted from B