# Functions and Group by - Exercises, Practice, Solution

## SQL [25 exercises with solution]

**1.** From the following table, write a SQL query to calculate total purchase amount of all orders. Return total purchase amount. Go to the editor

*Sample table*: orders

**Sample Output:**

sum 17541.18

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**2.** From the following table, write a SQL query to calculate the average purchase amount of all orders. Return average purchase amount. Go to the editor

*Sample table*: orders

Sample Output:

avg 1461.7650000000000000

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**3.** From the following table, write a SQL query that counts the number of unique salespeople. Return number of salespeople. Go to the editor

*Sample table*: orders

Sample Output:

count 6

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**4.** From the following table, write a SQL query to count the number of customers. Return number of customers. Go to the editor

*Sample table*: customer

Sample Output:

count 8

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**5.** From the following table, write a SQL query to determine the number of customers who received at least one grade for their activity. Go to the editor

*Sample table*: customer

Sample Output:

count 7

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**6.** From the following table, write a SQL query to find the maximum purchase amount. Go to the editor

*Sample table*: orders

Sample Output:

max 5760.00

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**7.** From the following table, write a SQL query to find the minimum purchase amount. Go to the editor

*Sample table*: orders

Sample Output:

min 65.26

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**8.** From the following table, write a SQL query to find the highest grade of the customers in each city. Return city, maximum grade. Go to the editor

*Sample table*: customer

Sample Output:

city max London 300 Paris 300 New York 200 California 200 Berlin 100 Moscow 200

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**9.** From the following table, write a SQL query to find the highest purchase amount ordered by each customer. Return customer ID, maximum purchase amount. Go to the editor

*Sample table*: orders

Sample Output:

customer_id max 3007 2400.60 3008 250.45 3002 5760.00 3001 270.65 3009 2480.40 3004 1983.43 3003 75.29 3005 948.50

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**10.** From the following table, write a SQL query to find the highest purchase amount ordered by each customer on a particular date. Return, order date and highest purchase amount. ;Go to the editor

*Sample table*: orders

Sample Output:

customer_id ord_date max 3002 2012-10-05 65.26 3003 2012-08-17 75.29 3005 2012-10-05 150.50 3007 2012-07-27 2400.60 3009 2012-08-17 110.50 3001 2012-09-10 270.65 3002 2012-09-10 5760.00 3005 2012-09-10 948.50 3009 2012-10-10 2480.40 3008 2012-06-27 250.45 3004 2012-10-10 1983.43 3002 2012-04-25 3045.60

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**11.** From the following table, write a SQL query to determine the highest purchase amount made by each salesperson on '2012-08-17'. Return salesperson ID, purchase amount Go to the editor

*Sample table*: orders

Sample Output:

salesman_id max 5003 110.50 5007 75.29

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**12.** From the following table, write a SQL query to find the highest order (purchase) amount by each customer on a particular order date. Filter the result by highest order (purchase) amount above 2000.00. Return customer id, order date and maximum purchase amount. Go to the editor

*Sample table*: orders

Sample Output:

customer_id ord_date max 3007 2012-07-27 2400.60 3002 2012-09-10 5760.00 3009 2012-10-10 2480.40 3002 2012-04-25 3045.60

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**13.** From the following table, write a SQL query to find the maximum order (purchase) amount in the range 2000 - 6000 (Begin and end values are included.) by combination of each customer and order date. Return customer id, order date and maximum purchase amount. Go to the editor

*Sample table*: orders

Sample Output:

customer_id ord_date max 3007 2012-07-27 2400.60 3002 2012-09-10 5760.00 3009 2012-10-10 2480.40 3002 2012-04-25 3045.60

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**14.** From the following table, write a SQL query to find the maximum order (purchase) amount based on the combination of each customer and order date. Filter the rows for maximum order (purchase) amount is either 2000, 3000, 5760, 6000. Return customer id, order date and maximum purchase amount. Go to the editor

*Sample table*: orders

Sample Output:

customer_id ord_date max 3002 2012-09-10 5760.00

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**15.** From the following table, write a SQL query to determine the maximum order amount for each customer. The customer ID should be in the range 3002 and 3007(Begin and end values are included.). Return customer id and maximum purchase amount. Go to the editor

*Sample table*: orders

Sample Output:

customer_id max 3002 5760.00 3007 2400.60 3004 1983.43 3003 75.29 3005 948.50

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**16.** From the following table, write a SQL query to find the maximum order (purchase) amount for each customer. The customer ID should be in the range 3002 and 3007(Begin and end values are included.). Filter the rows for maximum order (purchase) amount is higher than 1000. Return customer id and maximum purchase amount. Go to the editor

*Sample table*: orders

Sample Output:

customer_id max 3002 5760.00 3007 2400.60 3004 1983.43

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**17.** From the following table, write a SQL query to determine the maximum order (purchase) amount generated by each salesperson. Filter the rows for the salesperson ID is in the range 5003 and 5008 (Begin and end values are included.). Return salesperson id and maximum purchase amount. Go to the editor

*Sample table*: orders

Sample Output:

salesman_id max 5005 270.65 5003 2480.40 5007 75.29 5006 1983.43

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**18.** From the following table, write a SQL query to count all the orders generated on '2012-08-17'. Return number of orders. Go to the editor

*Sample table*: orders

Sample Output:

count 2

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**19.** From the following table, write a SQL query to count the number of salespeople in a city. Return number of salespeople. Go to the editor

*Sample table*: salesman

Sample Output:

count 6

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**20.** From the following table, write a SQL query to count the number of orders based on the combination of each order date and salesperson. Return order date, salesperson id. Go to the editor

*Sample table*: orders

Sample Output:

ord_date salesman_id count 2012-07-27 5001 1 2012-08-17 5007 1 2012-04-25 5001 1 2012-09-10 5002 1 2012-10-05 5002 1 2012-10-10 5003 1 2012-09-10 5005 1 2012-08-17 5003 1 2012-06-27 5002 1 2012-09-10 5001 1 2012-10-05 5001 1 2012-10-10 5006 1

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**21.** From the following table, write a SQL query to calculate the average product price. Return average product price. Go to the editor

*Sample table*: item_mast

Sample Output:

Average Price 1435.0000000000000000

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**22.** 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. Go to the editor

*Sample table*: item_mast

Sample Output:

Number of Products 8

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**23.** From the following table, write a SQL query to compute the average price for unique companies. Return average price and company id. Go to the editor

*Sample table*: item_mast

Sample Output:

Average Price Company ID 250.0000000000000000 14 650.0000000000000000 12 3200.0000000000000000 15 5000.0000000000000000 11 1475.0000000000000000 13 500.0000000000000000 16

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**24.** From the following table, write a SQL query to compute the sum of the allotment amount of all departments. Return sum of the allotment amount. Go to the editor

*Sample table*: emp_department

Sample Output:

sum 450000

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**25.** From the following table, write a SQL query to count the number of employees in each department. Return department code and number of employees.
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*Sample table*: emp_details

Sample Output:

emp_dept count 27 2 57 5 47 3 63 3

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## SQL: Tips of the Day

**Getting only Month and Year from SQL DATE**

SELECT DATEADD(MONTH, DATEDIFF(MONTH, 0, <dateField>), 0) AS [year_month_date_field] FROM <your_table>

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