Both a and c
Select address, sqfeet, price
Select size.address, sqfeet, price
Select price.address, sqfeet, price
Either B or C
Order price, sqfeet
Order by price, sqfeet
Sort by price sqfeet
Sort price sqfeet
Select sales.produce sales.hardware
From sales.produce sales.hardware
From sales.produce, sales.hardware
Where sales.produce, sales.hardware
Price-cost as Profit
Profit as price-cost
The step does not execute.
The first numeric column is summed by default.
The GROUP BY clause is changed to an ORDER BY clause
The step executes but does not group or sort data.
the results of the query are displayed, and a new table is created.
A new table is created, but it does not contain any summarization that was specified in the PROC SQL step.
A new table is created, but no report is displayed.
Results are grouped by the value of the summarized column.
When you join multiple tables, the tables must contain a common column.
You must specify the table from which you want each column to be read.
The tables that are being joined must be from the same type of data source.
If two tables that are being joined contain a same-named column, thenn you must specify the table from which you want the column to be read.
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