Just fixing Response from Professor from the attached Docx

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don't describe what ERD is, you need to describe Team project's ERD

context diagrams - Level 2 context diagram is actually level 1, I guess Your level 1 I think should be modified.

Surname 1 Name Professor Course Date Entity Relationship Diagram (ERD) This is a graphical representation of a given information system showing the relationship between objects, people, places, concepts within it. This data modelling technique can be helpful in defining business processes. It can also act as the foundation for a relational database (Khoury 2). Normally useful data in an organization is usually represented by a relational structure. However, semi structured or unstructured data sufficiently be represented using an entity relationship diagram. In addition, on its own, an ERD is not helpful in integrating data into a preexisting information system. According to Ling and Pit, an ERD has three components which are the entities. These are concepts or components that can have data stored about them. The relationship between the entities and the cardinally; which defines that relationship in terms of numbers. For instance, an ER diagram representing the information system for a company’s sales department might start with graphical representations of entities such as the sales representative, the customer, their address, the customer’s order, the product and the warehouse. Lines or other symbols can be used to represent the relationship between the entities. Text can be used to label the relationships. Finally, cardinally notations define the attributes or characteristics Surname 2 of the relationship between the entities. Cardinalities can indicate that an entity is optional or compulsory. Three main cardinal relationships are; • One to one (1:1). Example, if each client in a database has one mailing address. • • One to many (1:M). A customer might place an order for a number of products. The client is thus associated with different entities with a single connection back to him or her. • Many to many (M:M). For instance, a company where all call center agents work with multiple customers; each agent is linked with several customers. The multiple customers might also be associated with multiple agents. Entity Relationship Diagram An entity relationship diagram (ERD) illustrates the relationship of the entity sets stored in a database. It is thus the component of the data. In other words it shows the logical structure of databases. At a glance, an ERD resembles a flowchart. However, the symbols and their meaning make it unique. Surname 3 Cited works Khoury, Joe. Qlikview: Entity Relationship Diagrams. , 2017. Internet resource. Ling, Tok W, and Pit K. Teo. A Normal Form Object-Oriented Entity Relationship Diagram. Kent Ridge, Singapore: National University of Singapore, Dept. of Information Systems and Computer Science, 1994. Print. Surname 4 Useful Links http://searchcrm.techtarget.com/definition/entity-relationship-diagram https://www.smartdraw.com/entity-relationship-diagram/ http://www.conceptdraw.com/How-To-Guide/erd-entity-relationship-diagram-symbols https://wcs.smartdraw.com/entity-relationship-diagram/img/erd.jpg?bn=1510011066

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