When the values in one or more attributes being used as a foreign key must exist in another set of one or more attributes in another table, we have created a(n)

When the values in one or more attributes being used as a foreign key must exist in another set of one or more attributes in another table, we have created a(n)
referential integrity constraint
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transitive dependency
insertion anomaly
normal form

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