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chapter 7 mock exam question

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On page 432 of HF question #5 is unclear to me. Choice B is not selected but I feel it could be depending on how you read the question. Does many-to-one mean that bean A is on the MANY of the relationship and bean B is on the ONE side of the relationship. Isn't the reverse possible? If so then B would also be correct. Should we assume that since the order that the beans are presented are from A to B that the order of the relationship is from A to B?
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Hi Keith,
Your assumption is correct.
Now checking my notes in the book, I notice that I failed on that question for the same reason as you did.
[ January 27, 2004: Message edited by: Philippe Maquet ]
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