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Math& 151 4.4-4.9 Review
1. Find the limit. Use LHopitals Rule where appropriate. If there is a more elementary method,
consider using it.
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1. Modify the query in Problem 20 to include the number of individual product purchases
made by each customer. (In other words, if the customers invoice is based on three
products, one per LINE_NUMBER
1. Use a query to compute the average purchase amount per product made by each
customer. (Hint: Use the results of Problem 21 as the basis for this query.) Your output
values must match those shown in
1. Generate a listing of all purchases made by the customers, using the output shown in
Figure P7.18 as your guide. (Hint: Use the ORDER BY clause to order the resulting
rows as shown in Figure P7.18)
1. Modify the query used in Problem 19 to produce the summary shown in Figure P7.20.
FIGURE P7.20 Customer Purchase Summary
SELECT
INVOICE.CUS_CODE, CUSTOMER.CUS_BALANCE,
Sum(LINE.LINE_UNITS*LINE.LINE
1. Using the output shown in Figure P7.19 as your guide, generate the listing of customer
purchases, including the subtotals for each of the invoice line numbers. (Hint: Modify
the query format used t
Math& 151 4.4-4.9 Review
1. Find the limit. Use LHopitals Rule where appropriate. If there is a more elementary method, consider
usingit. w
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