In the ________ normal form, a composite attribute is converted to individual attributes.

A. 2NF B. Alternate Keys C. Range
D. External hashing E. Ordered F. Internal hashing
G. Key H. Dependency preservation I. 1NF
J. Column K. Relation L. BCNF
M. Unordered

4.1 In the ________ normal form, a composite attribute is converted to individual attributes.
4.2 All Candidate Keys excluding the Primary Key are known as ________.
4.3 Target space is made of buckets in ________.
4.4 The term attribute refers to a ________ of a table.
4.5 Functional Dependencies are the types of constraints that are based on ________.
4.6 ________ is stricter than 3NF.
4.7 Primary index is created on a file when file is ________.
4.8 ________ is an association among two or more entities.
4.9 ________ is a property of lossless decomposition.
4.10 File of ________ records are called heap files.

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