**Equivalence of Two Sets of FD’s**

In DBMS, For the equivalence of two sets of FDs,

- Two different sets of FDs for a given table may or may not be equivalent.
- If A and B are the two sets of FDs, then the following cases are possible

**Case 01:** A covers B (A ⊇ B)

**Case-02**: B covers A (B ⊇ A)

I**n Case 03: **Both A and B cover each other (A = B)

Note: When both A and B cover each other, then it is known that A and B are equivalent; otherwise, both are not equivalent..

**Notation**

A = B

**Explanation: **

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