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00 101 101 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 102 102 115 116 119 120 121 122 126 124 124 112 119 121 125 126 120 104 Sample reservations data for Colonial Adventure Tours Q&A Question: To check your understanding of the relationship between customers and reservations, answer the following questions: Which customer made reservation 1600010? For which trip dates does Karen Busa have reservations? Answer: Arnold Ocean made reservation 1600010. Find the row in the Reservation table with the reservation ID 1600010 (see Figure 1-18), and then find the customer number 102.
If the Customer table did not include the rep number, you would not be able to identify the rep for a given customer and the customers for a given rep. More formally, a relation is essentially just a two-dimensional table. If you consider the tables shown in Figure 2-1, however, you might see certain restrictions that you can place on relations. Each column in a table should have a unique name, and all entries in each column should be consistent with this column name. For example, in the CreditLimit column, all entries should, in fact, be credit limits.
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