A nonprime attribute is always dependent on another nonprime attribute.
So if I had to guess, I would say that a nonprime attribute is something that’s not essential to the function of a product or service. In other words, it’s something that requires the use of some other thing. For example, a service that requires the use of gasoline is not nonprime since there must be some gasoline in order to use the service. A service that requires the use of a hammer is not nonprime because there must be some hammer in order to use the service.
You can also use a nonprime attribute. For example, you can use a nonprime attribute to create a new vehicle.
The term partial dependency is a little misleading. It’s a term often used to refer to a situation where one nonprime attribute is dependent on another nonprime attribute. For example, if your car depends on your having a spare tire, then if you don’t have a spare tire, your car will not work. In this case, your car is a partial dependency on your spare tire.
In the video I posted here, I talked about how the vehicle that Colt uses for his party is a partial dependency on his party (he calls it a “party vehicle”). Then I went on to talk about how, if you have this party vehicle, you don’t have a party vehicle. It’s like you have two parties. One party is the one you have that is the dependency, and the other party is a dependency on your party vehicle.
A party vehicle is a dependency, but its not a completely dependent vehicle. Its just a partial dependency.Its just a non-dependency. Its a dependency.
Its like if you’ve got a pair of shoes you know you’ve got a pair of shoes. But you dont have a pair of shoes with a sole that fits your feet perfectly. Its like a pair of shoes that you know you’ll be wearing for the rest of your life, but you dont have a pair of shoes that fit perfectly.
In a way, I think that’s the best way to put it. A dependency is a dependency, a dependency is a dependency, a dependency is a dependency, and so on up. But a partial dependency is just a partial dependency.
Of course, in a more advanced breakdown this would be a dependency of a prime attribute on a nonprime attribute.