A single SQL query for each problem. a. For Seattle, WA customers compute the average amount of their orders and the number of orders placed. The result should include the customer number, customer last name, average order amount and the number of orders placed. Show results in the order of average order amount from high to low. b. For Seattle, WA customers compute the number of unique products ordered. If a product is purchased on multiple orders, it should be counted only one time. The result should include customer number, customer last name and the number of unique products ordered. Show results in the order of customer’s last name. c. For each employee with a commission less than 0.05, compute the number of orders taken and the average product total quantity per order. The results should include the employee number, employee last name, number of orders taken and the average product total quantity per order. Show results in the order of number of orders taken from low to high. d. For each Conn ex product compute the number of unique customers who ordered the product in Jan 2007. The results should include the product number, product name and the number of unique customers. Show results in the order of product name.

A single SQL query for each problem. a. For Seattle, WA customers compute the average amount of their orders and the number of orders placed. The result should include the customer number, customer last name, average order amount and the number of orders placed. Show results in the order of average order amount from high to low. b. For Seattle, WA customers compute the number of unique products ordered. If a product is purchased on multiple orders, it should be counted only one time. The result should include customer number, customer last name and the number of unique products ordered. Show results in the order of customer’s last name. c. For each employee with a commission less than 0.05, compute the number of orders taken and the average product total quantity per order. The results should include the employee number, employee last name, number of orders taken and the average product total quantity per order. Show results in the order of number of orders taken from low to high. d. For each Conn ex product compute the number of unique customers who ordered the product in Jan 2007. The results should include the product number, product name and the number of unique customers. Show results in the order of product name.

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