SQL: GROUP BY Clause

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The ORDER By clause must be paired with:

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1. The ORDER BY clause:

2. What notation must be used to end an GROUP BY clause or any SQL statement?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Whether you are working with a small database or a large one, organizing the data in it is important. To do this, we make use of GROUP BY and ORDER BY clauses. Use this short assessment to test your understanding of GROUP BY and ORDER BY clauses and how they work.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

With the questions of this assessment, you will test your understanding of:

  • Using the ORDER BY clause
  • What the ORDER BY clause does
  • Notations of the GROUP BY clause
  • What the GROUP BY clause is

Skills Practiced

Skills you will need to complete this assessment include:

  • Distinguishing differences - compare and contrast topics from the lesson, such as the GROUP BY and ORDER BY clauses
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding how to use the GROUP BY clause
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about how the ORDER BY clause works

Additional Learning

To further improve your understanding of GROUP BY and ORDER BY clauses, complete the lesson titled SQL: GROUP BY Clause. This lesson will improve your understanding of the assessment topics and help you study:

  • Formatting of the GROUP BY clause
  • The order of using GROUP BY clauses
  • Examples of uses
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