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Querying Relational Databases Using Advanced Sql

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Laboratory Experiment 4 and 5
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Querying Relational Databases Using Advanced SQL

1. List all details from the publishers table i.e. select all columns from publishers.

2. List all details from the authors table.


3. List the pub_id for each publisher.

4. Select authors' firstname and lastnane who live in Oakland. You will need to place the word Oakland in inverted commas ‘’.

5. List the firstnames of authors who live in California.

6. List the phone number of the author who lives in Oakland and whose lastname is ‘Green’.

7. List the publishers with pub_id not equal to 0803.

8. List the authors who do not live in California.

9. Form the Cartesian Product of the publishers and authors tables returning all columns. What result would you expect?                     ***//Table was too big to copy.                                                                              

10. Form the Cartesian Product of the publishers and authors tables and return the pub_id column from the publishers table.

11. List all authors' last names. Eliminate any duplicates in the results.

12. Form the Cartesian Product of the publishers and authors tables and return the pub_id column from the publishers table. Eliminate duplicate tuples.

13. List the titles that are of type "business".

14. List those psychology books with a pub_id not equal to 0803.

15. List the authors who live in California (CA), Kansas (KS) or Michigan (MI).

16. List the authors with phone numbers not beginning with "456".

17. Find the authors with a six-letter firstname beginning with the letter M (use the underscore character).

18. Find all business and psychology books that have an advance over $5,500.

19. Find those titles with an advance between 4095 and 12000.

20. Find the total sales for each publisher.

21. List the total number of...

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