Yes you can get a idea by seeing the table.
First of all know the normalization forms and see whether they are implemented in table or not.
example: In your table there is calculated column .This means this is violating 3rd norm of normalization. So you can say it is not properly normalized. Like wise check other norms as-well.
That's not always true. Here's an example of a table which is in 3rd normal form and has a computed column.
CREATE TABLE example (A int PRIMARY KEY, B as A/3417)
Since A is the whole primary key, and everything in the table is determined by A and by nothing else, there are no non-atomic columns/repeating groups, and there is a primary key, the table is in all of 1NF, 2NF and 3NF. In fact the table is also in EKNF, BCNF, 4NF, and 5NF as is immediately obvious from inspection - you will never see a more thorougly normalised table than that.
You might want to read my article on 3NF (here
) to help you avoid making mistaken overbroad generalisations like that one.