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What are the three types of anomalies in database and  
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# 1
there are basically three types of anomalies in database:
1. insertion anommalies
2. updation anomalies
3. deletion anomalies
Is This Answer Correct ?    106 Yes 11 No
# 2
Anomalies are problems that arise in the data due to a flaw
in the database design. There are three types of anomalies….
*Insertion Anomalies:Insertion anomalies occur when we
try to insert data into a flawed table.
*Deletion Anomalies:- Deletion anomalies occur when we
delete data from a flawed schema.
*Update Anomalies:- Update anomalies occur when we
change data in a flawed schema.
Is This Answer Correct ?    83 Yes 11 No
Irshad Ahmad
# 3
Anomalies are problems which arises when changes are made to
the database.
There are three types of anomalies:
>INSERTIN-This problem occurs due to inability to represent
a certain information example;when information about new
cannot be inserted in a DB,
>DELETION-This occurs due to loss of useful information
Example;when we delete information in a DB we will loss
relevant information.
>UPDATE-This type occurs due to redundant information make
difficult to update
Is This Answer Correct ?    13 Yes 1 No
# 4
Three Anomalies are:-
Insertion Anomalies.
Deletion Anomalies.
Modification Anomalies.
Is This Answer Correct ?    22 Yes 14 No
Shashank Shekhar
# 5
insertion anomalies
update anomalies
deletion anomalies
Is This Answer Correct ?    5 Yes 2 No
Melkamu Wondie
# 6
Update anomalies-data inconsistency that results from data redundancy and partial update.
Deletion anomalies-unintended loss of data due to the deletion of other data.
Insertion anomalies-the inability to add data to the database due to the absence of other data.
Is This Answer Correct ?    0 Yes 0 No
Mue Timothy
# 7
there are 3 types of irregularity in a database i.e.

insertion irregularity
updation irregularity
deletion irregularity
Is This Answer Correct ?    16 Yes 23 No
Sanket Mishra

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