# SQL Exercises, Practice, Solution - UNION

## SQL UNION [9 exercises with solution]

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1. Write a query to display all salesmen and customer located in London. Go to the editor

Sample table: Salesman

Sample table: Customer

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2. Write a query to display distinct salesman and their cities. Go to the editor

Sample table: Salesman

Sample table: Customer

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3. Write a query to display all the salesmen and customer involved in this inventory management system. Go to the editor

Sample table: orders

Sample table: customer

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4. Write a query to make a report of which salesman produce the largest and smallest orders on each date. Go to the editor

Sample table: Salesman

Sample table: Customer

Sample table: Orders

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5. Write a query to make a report of which salesman produce the largest and smallest orders on each date and arranged the orders number in smallest to the largest number. Go to the editor

Sample table: Salesman

Sample table: Customer

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6. Write a query to list all the salesmen, and indicate those who do not have customers in their cities, as well as whose who do. Go to the editor

Sample table: Salesman

Sample table: Customer

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7. Write a query to that appends strings to the selected fields, indicating whether or not a specified salesman was matched to a customer in his city. Go to the editor

Sample table: Salesman

Sample table: Customer

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8. Create a union of two queries that shows the names, cities, and ratings of all customers. Those with a rating of 200 or greater will also have the words "High Rating", while the others will have the words "Low Rating".

Sample table: Customer

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9. Write a command that produces the name and number of each salesman and each customer with more than one current order. Put the results in alphabetical order.

Sample table: Customer

Sample table: salesman

Sample table: orders

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