Quiz: Generic Modeling

1. Generic models are generally less complex than a specific model. True or False?
False (*)


2. All data models MUST have some portions of the model modeled as a generic component. True or False?
False (*)


3. When you transform a specific model to be generic, which of the following statements are true? (Choose Two)
You tend to end up with fewer entities in the generic model than you had in the specific model. (*)
Either all or none of the original attributes make it into the generic model. (*)
You will always have more entities in a generic model than in the corresponding specific model.
None of the original specific model attributes are allowed in a generic model.

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