Database Management Systems HW assignment #4 solution

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Answers to Henry Books Case 1. Add the Publisher table to the Query Design window. Include the PublisherName and City fields in the design grid. Remove the check mark from the Show check box in the City column. Type <>New York in the Criteria row for the City column. 2. Add the Book table to the Query Design window. Include the Title and PublisherCode fields in the design grid. Type PE in the Criteria row for PublisherCode column. You also can join the Book and Publisher tables. Include the Title and PublisherName fields in the design grid and type Penguin USA in the Criteria row for the PublisherName column. 3. Add the Book table to the Query Design window. Include the Title and Type fields in the design grid. Remove the check mark from the Show check box in the Type column. Type MYS in the Criteria row for the Type column. 4. Add the Book table to the Query Design window. Include the Title, Type, and Paperback fields in the design grid. Remove the check mark from the Show check box in the Type column and the Paperback column. Type SFI in the Criteria row for the Type column. Type either True or Yes in the Criteria row for the Paperback column. 5. Add the Book table to the Query Design window. Include the BookCode, Title, PublisherCode, and Type fields in the design grid. Remove the check mark from the Show check boxes in the PublisherCode and Type columns. Type PSY in the Criteria row for the Type column. Type JP in the Or row of the PublisherCode column.
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