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1. Database Tables

TABLE: Employees

Job_title_code
Social_security_number
Last_name
First_name
Address
City
State
Zip_code
Telephone_area_code
Telephone_number
Email_address
Hire_date
Salary

TABLE: Job_title

Job_title_code
Job_title
Exempt_non_exempt_status
Minimum_salary
Maximum_salary

2. Write SQL statements to:

A. Calculate the average salary for all employees.

B. Calculate the maximum salary for exempt employees and the maximum salary for non-exempt employees.

C. Calculate the maximum salary for all employees.

D. Calculate the minimum salary for exempt employees and the maximum salary for non-exempt employees.

E. Calculate the minimum salary for all employees.

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#### Solution Preview

A. Calculate the average salary for all employees.

SELECT Avg(Salary) as Avgsalary FROM Employees;

B. Calculate the maximum salary for exempt employees and the maximum salary for non-exempt employees.

SELECT Max(Employees.Salary) AS MaxOfSalary, Job_title.Exempt_non_exempt_status FROM Employees, Job_title ...

#### Solution Summary

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