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This is the code I used, but didn't get correct answer. I also tried other variations.
SELECT mk.MakeName, md.ModelName, cr.VIN, cr.StickerPrice AS mk FROM Make INNER JOIN Model AS md ON mk.MakeID = md.MakeID INNER JOIN AS cr ON md.ModelID = cr.MakeID;
Steven Parker177,536 Points
You're close, but I see a few issues:
- the table alias "AS mk" must come after the table name
- the last join is missing the table name (I'd guess you meant it to be "Car")
- the Car table does not have a "MakeID" column
- the join criteria should compare columns of the same kind