SQL Exercises: Find the number of products over or equal to Rs 350
SQL Aggregate Functions: Exercise-22 with Solution
From the following table, write a SQL query to count the number of products whose price are higher than or equal to 350. Return number of products
Sample table: item_mast
SELECT COUNT(*) AS "Number of Products" FROM item_mast WHERE pro_price >= 350;
Output of the Query:
Number of Products 8
The said SQL query is counting the number of rows in the 'item_mast' table where the "pro_price" column is greater than or equal to 350. The result of the count will be stored in a column called "Number of Products".
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