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Find branch name, loan number, customer name and amount for loans
of over $1200.
Find all customers who have a loan for an amount > than $1200.
Find all customers having a loan from the SFU branch, and the
city in which they live.
Find all customers having a loan, an account or both at the SFU
Find all customers who have an account at all branches located
If you find this example difficult to understand, try rewriting this
expression using implication, as in the tuple relational calculus example.
Here's my attempt:
I've used two letter variable names to get away from the problem of having
to remember what stands for.
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