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SQL Index Types: Clustered & Nonclustered

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Which of the following is NOT a SQL command?

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1. Which of the following commands deals with generating a new object in a database?

2. Which of the following represents an ordering for the elements in a database?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Address what you know about the kinds of SQL indexes with this worksheet/quiz combo. Topics on the quiz include SQL commands and how to generate objects in a database.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Worksheet and quiz goals are as follows:

  • Determine how you can order elements in a database
  • Name the index type where information is in the same order as the index
  • Recognize when a clustered index might be utilized

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding clustered indexes
  • Making connections - use understanding of the concept of SQL commands to recognize which command would generate a new object in a database
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about types of indexes and how they are used

Additional Learning

Learn more about this area of study via the lesson named SQL Index Types: Clustered & Nonclustered. You'll be going over the following:

  • How we can access instant information
  • What SQL stands for and what it is
  • What 'index' means in this context
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