15. There are two tables in a database, Celery and Carrot. Celery contains a foreign key to Carrot. Each table has a primary key, and there are no other constraints on the tables. No descriptors are used, and in the following options each scenario depicts all the mapping information pertaining to the relationship. Which entities accurately model this database scenario?
This is how I understood the question (based on the answer)
Question asks to model the entity based on db scenario. That does not say Celery can contain a unique fk of a carrot. That means Different Celerys can contain same fk of a carrot and obviously a celery and also contain a unique fk of carrot too.
If we specify OneToOne, one possible scenario(but has not specified clearly) will be missed. that is the fact about, for different Celery there is no restriction to hold same fk of Carrot.
So I thinks that's why most suitable answer is ManyToOne
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