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SQL Coding Challenge – November 2020

Curious what juicy queries we've got for you this time? Be sure to check this month's challenge!

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November 2020 SQL Challenge

Welcome to our November SQL Challenge! New tasks are waiting for you. If you've finished our SQL Basics course or have fundamental SQL knowledge, this is a good way to practice your database skills. Are you ready to start the SQL adventure in this month's challenge?

Help Monica write her first cookbook on popular regional dishes of the USA!

2020 has produced a good market for cookbooks. Help Monica, a young chef, prepare her first cookbook! It will feature recipes from all different regions of the United States. Monica's mother, Linda, is also there to offer some suggestions. Can you help them find the information they need? If you've finished our SQL Basics course, you know everything you need to know to complete this challenge!

Along the way, you'll help Monica find out about recipe preparation times and ingredients. You may also learn about some recipes you never knew existed! If you are curious about the data in a recipes database, try this challenge. (Hint: In each exercise, you can see a sample of the data. Look in the right-hand menu, under the "Database" tab.)

Let's get cooking!

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Practice SQL with our coding challenges! Each month, there’s a new set of exercises to solve with real-time feedback.


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