Posted by **John** on Monday, February 15, 2010 at 9:50am.

I need help with the follwing question:

Give an example of a column A and a column B such that B is functionally dependent on A. Give an example of a column C and a column D such that D is not functionally dependent on C.

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**Writeacher**, Monday, February 15, 2010 at 11:02am
I have an Excel worksheet in which I keep track of my expenditures by categories. I could rearrange my columns as follows:

Column A = Monthly income

Column B = What's left after subtracting (in other columns) total expenditures from total income.

Column C = Mortgage expenditure each month

Column D = Life insurance expenditure each month

Now you figure out the type of spreadsheet you can put together and what you would put in the various columns. If you need help using Excel or any other similar program, simply press the F1 key for the Help section.

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**Anonymous**, Saturday, June 23, 2012 at 6:23pm
need answer

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