Student (*sid: integer, *sname: string, *age: integer)
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Class (*cname: string, *meets_at: datetime, *day: datetime, *room: string)
Enrolled (*sid: integer, *cname: string)
What query would you write to find the names of the students enrolled in the largest number of classes?
SELECT S.SName, COUNT(*) AS EnrolledCount FROM Student S JOIN Enrolled E ON S.sid = E.sid GROUP BY S.SName ORDER BY COUNT(*) DESC… But you'll have to decide what "largest number" means and add your own logic to filter the results further based on a threshold number that qualifies. You might employ a HAVING clause for that purpose.
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