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dangermin field
dangermin field
10,592 Points

Input and output looks correct but still get the bummer message.

We're in a movie database. There's a reviews table with the columns of id, movie_id, username, review and rating. The movie "Starman" has an id of 6. Movie ids are stored in the movie_id column. Calculate the minimum and maximum ratings for "Starman". Alias them as star_min and star_max.

Bummer! Your query didn't perform the correct minimum and maximum calculation.

Input: SELECT min(rating) AS star__min, Max(rating) as star_max FROM reviews WHERE movie_id = 6;

Output: star__min 3 star_max 4

2 Answers

Jennifer Nordell
Jennifer Nordell
Treehouse Teacher

Your output is correct... sort of. You've accidentally included an extra underscore in the star_min so it doesn't match what they're expecting. Here's my code if needed:

> SELECT min(rating) AS star_min, Max(rating) as star_max FROM reviews WHERE movie_id = 6;
Jonathan Friberg
Jonathan Friberg
7,765 Points

Did not find correct answer so here you go!

SELECT MIN(rating) AS star_min, MAX(rating) AS star_max FROM reviews WHERE movie_id = 6;