sDownload the attached template called "INFO620-Assignment1_LastNameFirst.doc". Change the file name applying your Last Name and First Name in place of the LastNameFirst. Then open the newly saved file and enter your name and the date due on the top of the document. Then enter each problem's solution within this same file in their proper locations WITHOUT changing or erasing the questions. Support your responses and answers by references from the text. Review and complete all questions. Then upload to Assignment #1 area of the Assignments. Your grade may be reduced if these instructions are NOT followed closely. Week 1 Assignment Grading Rubric: #1.9 0.2 points #3.13 0.3 points #4.12a 0.2 points #1.10 0.2 points #3.16 0.3 points #4.12b 0.2 points #1.12 0.2 points #3.19a 0.2 points #4.12c 0.2 points #1.13 0.2 points #3.19b 0.2 points #4.12d 0.2 points #1.14a 0.2 points #3.19c 0.2 points #4.12e 0.2 points #1.14b 0.2 points #3.19d 0.2 points #4.12f 0.2 points #2.14 0.3 points #3.20 0.3 points #4.15a 0.2 points #2.15 0.3 points #4.14b 0.1 points Here are the contents of Assignment #1 (however - please use the template attached - don't copy and paste from here): CH1: DATABASES AND DATABASE USERS #1.9 - What is the difference between controlled and uncontrolled redundancy? #1.10 - Specify all the relationships among the records of the database shown in Figure 1.2. #1.12 – Cite some examples of integrity constraints that you think can apply to the database shown in Figure 1.2. #1.13 - Give examples of systems in which it may make sense to use traditional file processing instead of a database approach. #1.14 - Consider Figure 1.2. a. If the name of the ‘CS’ (Computer Science) Department changes to ‘CSSE’ (Computer Science and Software Engineering) Department and the corresponding prefix for the course number also changes, identify the columns in the database that would need to be updated. b. Can you restructure the columns in COURSE, SECTION, and PREREQUISITE tables so that only one column will need to be updated? CH 2: DATABASE SYSTEM CONCEPTS AND ARCHITECTURE #2.14 - if you were designing a Web-based system to make airline reservations and to sell airline tickets, which DBMS Architecture would you choose from Section 2.5? Why? Why would the other architectures not be a good choice? #2.15 - Consider Figure 2.1. In addition to constraints relating the values of columns in one table to columns in another table, there are also constraints that impose restrictions on values in a column or a combination of columns within a table. One such constraint forces that a column or a group of columns must be unique across all rows in the table. For example, in the STUDENT table, the StudentNumber column must be unique (to prevent two different students from having the same StudentNumber). Identify the column or the group of columns in the other tables that must be unique across all rows in the table? CH 3: THE RELATIONAL DATA MODEL AND RELATIONAL .