Week 4 Chapter 13 Problem 13-15 (A-J)Draw entity-relationship diagrams for each of the following: a. The attributes of a customer in an accounts receivable database include name, address, and charge card numberb. The attributes of a student in a student database include student number (primary key), name, and class rank.c. The attributes of an asset in a general ledger database include inventory number (primary key), description, and date of purchase.d. The relationship between an employee and "is assigned parking" is one-to-many.e. The relationship between an employee and "completes training program" is many-to-many. f. The relationship between "employee" and "health plan" is many-to-one.g. A customer can be a cash customer or a credit customer. If the customer is a credit customer, an attribute is his or her credit card number. h. A patient is either an outpatient or an inpatient. If the patient is an inpatient, he or she is assigned a bed (one-to-one). i. An investment asset could be cash, a stock, a bond, or a certificate of deposit (CD).j. An account at a bank could be a checking account, a savings account, or a loan account. Each type of account requires an account or loan number. If it is a loan account, another attribute is the monthly payment amount.