In a normalized database, all customer information is stored in a Customer table, invoices are stored in an Invoice table, and related account manager information in an Employee table. Suppose a customer changes their address and then demands old invoices with manager information. Will denormalization be more beneficial? How?

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In a normalized database, all customer information is stored in a Customer table, invoices are stored in an Invoice table, and related account manager information in an Employee table. Suppose a customer changes their address and then demands old invoices with manager information. Will denormalization be more beneficial? How?

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