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1 (a): A database is divided into:
records
fields
articles
names
1 (b): ... and each of these is made up of:

records
fields
articles
names
2. In a database of newspaper, journal or magazine articles, each record represents:

one magazine, journal or newspaper
one author
one article from a magazine, journal or newspaper
all of the above
3. Example(s) of databases are (choose all that apply):

the Internet
a library catalogue
an article index
a computerized warehouse inventory
4. In a library catalogue database, each record represents:

one book, journal, video, CD, etc.
one author
one subject
all of the above
5. In a database of newspaper, magazine or journal articles, the fields in each record represent:

names of authors
titles of articles
names of magazines, journals or newspapers
all of the above
6. The fields making up the records in a library catalogue can represent:

an author
a title
a subject
a publisher, place of publication or date of publication
all of the above
7 (a). You are making your own database so you can organize information about your ‘Top 100' movies.

You want to include information like Title, Actor(s), Director, Year, Genre, etc.

Each record in your database will represent:

an actor
a director
a year
a movie
7 (b). The fields in your records will represent (choose all that apply):

an actor
a director
a year
a movie
8. You are searching an electronic article index that contains citations to journal articles. What part of each article does the database contain?

the whole article
a summary of the article
the title of the article
the author, title and source of the article
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