According to the ERD, Identify Entities, Discover the semantic relationships between entities, and • Descriiption. Define the data requirement

According to the ERD, Identify Entities, Discover the semantic relationships between entities, and • Descriiption. Define the data requirement of your entities. For example:
• Student Entity: Members of the public who register and pay for courses are considered students. The data stored on each student includes student number, name, address, email address, previous classes, and experience. Also stored is the date for registration and the classes they are registered in. The student number is unique for each student.
• Course Entity: The school offers a variety of Online design courses through its website (these are considered course, not the on-location seminars). The data stored on each course includes the course number, the name of the course, the course descriiption, and prerequisites (if any). The course number is unique, etc.