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INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS DATABASE CAT 2 JULY 2014
QUESTION ONE (20 MARKS) i) The table below shows details of students in a secondary school

Admno | First name | Last name | Class | Maths | English | Average | 2343 | John | Juma | 3 A | 45 | 65 | 65 | 2344 | Mary | Akinyi | 3 B | 54 | 60 | 54 | 2346 | Peter | Kimani | 3 A | 43 | 54 | 75 | 2347 | Micheal | Wafula | 3 B | 65 | 76 | 56 |
Write a query expression that will perform the following a) List all students with first name starting with letter M. (2 marks) b) List all students in class 3 B. (2 marks) c) List all students who scored more than 60 English marks. (2 marks) d) List all students who scored between 50 and 60 Maths marks.(2 marks) e) Identify and describe parts of a report (12 marks)
QUESTIONTWO (20 Marks): i. Explain any four types of queries used in Ms Access (3 marks) ii. You are provided with the following details :

The table below shows details of employees in ABC Computer Ltd.

Pinno | Fname | Iname | Empdate | Basic Salary | Allowance | Deduction | 4352 | Mike | Owiti | 11/02/10 | 45000 | 12000 | 5400 | 4535 | Paul | Mwiti | 12/03/08 | 50000 | 26000 | 6000 | 4536 | Mary | Wambui | 02/03/10 | 44000 | 12000 | 6600 | 4537 | Sam | Juma | 24/08/09 | 35000 | 14000 | 4000 | 4538 | Peter | Koech | 16/04/10 | 60000 | 16000 | 7200 | 4539 | Amina | Abdi | 12/07/09 | 56000 | 9000 | 4500 |

Write an expression that will extract records that satisfy the following conditions. a) Give data types and a primary key suitable for this table. (3 marks) b) List all employees with first name second letter “a”. (2 marks) c) List all employees not earning more than 50,000 basic salaries and more than 15000 allowances. (2 marks) d) List all employees whose Iname ends with letters “witi”. (2 marks) e) List all…...

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