# CS 3310 Lab 6 Mapping ER Diagrams to Tables A

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1. Solution STUDENT (KSUID, LastName, FirstName) PARKING SPACE (ParkingSpaceNo, LotName, KSUID)
2. Solution FARMER (FNAME,LNAME, County, State, TagNo) COW (TagNo, Breed, DOB)
3. Solution Author (AuthNo, AuthName) Book (ISBN, Title, AuthNo)
4. Solution CUSTOMER (CustomerID, LastName, FirstName, Address, City, Zip, Phone, Email, ReferredBy (CustomerID))
5. Solution PROPERTY (Property ID, Property Type, Address, City, State, Zip) HOUSE (Property ID, NumberOfBedrooms, {Other Attributes}) APARTMENT_HOUSE (Property ID, NumberOfUnits, ManagerName, {Other Attributes}) COMMERCIAL (Property ID, NumberOfUnits, TotalFloorSpace, {Other Attributes})
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