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Write 2 SQL statements a piece (SELECT INSERT, UPDATE,DELETE) based upon database tables of your choice (i.e. customers, orders, vendors etc). In total, there would be 8 SQL statements (2 for each of the commands (SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE). Please show the WHERE clause in a few of them to demostrate the filtering of the recordsets.

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Strategic Planning for Database Systems SQL Statements
Write 2 SQL statements a piece (SELECT INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE) based upon database tables of your choice (i.e. customers, orders, vendors etc). In total, there would be 8 SQL statements (2 for each of the commands (SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE). Please show me the WHERE clause in a few of them to demonstrate the filtering of the record sets.

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This solution describes examples of SQL statements (SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE). There are 2 examples of each type making it a total of 8 examples. Some examples also demonstrate the WHERE clause.

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