SUM and COUNT Quiz

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SUM and COUNT QUIZ

bbc
name region area population gdp
Afghanistan South Asia 652225 26000000
Albania Europe 28728 3200000 6656000000
Algeria Middle East 2400000 32900000 75012000000
Andorra Europe 468 64000
...

1. Select the statement that shows the sum of population of all countries in 'Europe'

SELECT name, population FROM bbc WHERE region = 'Europe'
SELECT population FROM bbc WHERE region = 'Europe' SUM BY region
SELECT SUM(population) FROM bbc WHERE region = 'Europe'
SELECT SUM(population FROM bbc WHERE region = 'Europe')
SUM population FROM bbc WHERE region = 'Europe'

2. Select the statement that shows the number of countries with population smaller than 150000

SELECT COUNT(name) FROM bbc WHERE population < 150000
SELECT COUNT(population < 150000) FROM bbc
SELECT name FROM bbc WHERE population < 150000
SELECT population AS COUNT FROM bbc WHERE population < 150000
SELECT SUM() FROM bbc WHERE population < 150000

3. Select the full set of SQL aggregate functions

AVG(), COUNT(), FIRST(), LAST(), SUM()
AVG(), COUNT(), MAX(), MEDIAN(), MIN(), ROUND(), SUM()
AVG(), COUNT(), FIRST(), LAST(), MAX(), MIN(), SUM()
AVG(), COUNT(), MAX(), MIN(), SUM()
COUNT(), SUM()

4. Select the result that would be obtained from the following code:SELECT region, SUM(area) FROM bbc WHERE SUM(area) > 15000000 GROUP BY region

Table-A
Europe17000000
Table-B
Europe17000000
Asia-Pacific23460000
North America21660000
Table-C
Europe
Asia-Pacific
North America
Table-A
Table-B
Table-C
No result due to invalid use of the GROUP BY function
No result due to invalid use of the WHERE function

5. Select the statement that shows the average population of 'Poland', 'Germany' and 'Denmark'

SELECT AVG(population) FROM bbc WHERE name = ('Poland', 'Germany', 'Denmark')
SELECT AVG(population) FROM bbc WHERE name IN ('Poland', 'Germany', 'Denmark')
SELECT AVG(population) FROM bbc WHERE name LIKE ('Poland', 'Germany', 'Denmark')
SELECT AVG(population) FROM bbc WHERE name LIKE (Poland, Germany, Denmark)
SELECT population FROM bbc WHERE name IN ('Poland', 'Germany', 'Denmark')

6. Select the statement that shows the medium population density of each region

SELECT region, AVG(population/area) AS density FROM bbc
SELECT region, COUNT(population)/COUNT(area) AS density FROM bbc GROUP BY region
SELECT region, SUM(population)/COUNT(area) AS density FROM bbc GROUP BY region
SELECT region, SUM(population)/SUM(area) AS density FROM bbc HAVING region
SELECT region, SUM(population)/SUM(area) AS density FROM bbc GROUP BY region

7. Select the statement that shows the name and population density of the country with the largest population

SELECT name, density AS population/area FROM bbc WHERE population = MAX(population)
SELECT name, density AS population/area FROM bbc WHERE population = (SELECT MAX(population) FROM bbc)
SELECT name, MAX (population) FROM bbc WHERE population / (SELECT area FROM bbc)
SELECT name, population/area AS density FROM bbc WHERE population = (SELECT MAX(population) FROM bbc)
SELECT name, population/area AS density FROM bbc WHERE population > (SELECT MAX(population) FROM bbc)

8. Pick the result that would be obtained from the following code: SELECT region, SUM(area) FROM bbc GROUP BY region HAVING SUM(area)<= 20000000

Table-A
732240
13403102
17740392
4943771
Table-B
Africa22550927
Asia-Pacific28759578
Europe23866987
North America21660000
Table-C
Americas732240
Middle East13403102
South America17740392
South Asia4943771
Table-D
Africa22550927
Americas732240
Asia-Pacific28759578
Europe23866987
Middle East13403102
North America21660000
South America17740392
South Asia4943771
Table-D
Africafalse
Americastrue
Asia-Pacificfalse
Europefalse
Middle Easttrue
North Americafalse
South Americafalse
South Asiafalse
Table-A
Table-B
Table-C
Table-D
Table-E

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