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Databases Reporting with SQL Aggregate and Numeric Functions Averaging Values

We're in a movie database. There's a reviews table with the columns of id, movie_id, username, rev

I AM NOT SURE WHAT I AM DOING WRONG HERE:

SELECT AVG("rating") AS "average_rating" WHERE movie_id = 6;

1 Answer

Remove the quotation, change it to AVG(rating)

No still says "There's something wrong with your SQL statement. Please review your code and try again."

Nirujan Baheerathan, my apologies for the late response. You also forgot the FROM reviews . So it's going to be SELECT AVG(rating) AS "average_rating" FROM reviews WHERE movie_id = 6;