# [Solved by Experts] 00 Occurrenceexercise Table Occexid

[Solved by Experts] 00 Occurrenceexercise Table Occexid

The questions are broken into: Q1 (4 marks), Q2 (3 marks), Q3 and Q4 (3 marks). For all questions, provide the answer in the form of a SQL statement, with description before as necessary.

Questions

NOTES

Questions 1 and 2 require you to answer in the form of a SQL statement to create a table and insert data into it. The question and answer is only about the statements to create and put data into the

`Occurrence_Exercise` table, however it is recommended that you create the statements to create and insert data into all 3 tables, so that you can test that your statements are correct. Please only provide in your answer the SQL statement for the `Occurrence_Exercise` table.

To understand the terminology:

• A rep is a number of times you do an attempted weight.
• A set is an attempt and in this case, there are 3 attempts (attempt 1, attempt 2, attempt 3).
• An attempt contains the weight.

So to understand the weight you would lift for a single exercise in the Exercise attempt table you would need to consider the rep multiplied by attempts by the weight. So for a single attempt:

e.g. for 9001

rep multiplied by attempts by the weight

8 reps x 3 attempts x 15kg = 360 total kg’s lifted

• The following Gym application database for weight session recording is as follows. Write and run SQL statements for creating the Occurrence_Exercise table.
• Include constraint values for the Condition Column: Heavy, Medium, Light
• Write an SQL statement that will insert the data into Occurrence_Exercise table only.
• Definition of rep stands for repetition.
• Each exercise attempt has the rep number as indicated in the occurrence table.

Occurrence Table

OccurrenceID

Occ_Date

Occ_Place

Occ_Start_Time

Occ_Finish_Time

1

14/03/18

University_Gym

16:00:00

16:30:00

2

15/03/18

University_Gym

16:30:00

17:00:00

3

16/03/18

University_Gym

16:10:00

17:20:00

4

17/03/18

Home

07:00:00

08:00:00

5

17/03/18

University_Gym

17:00:00

18:00:00

Occurrence_Exercise Table

OccExID

ExerciseNo

OccurrenceID

Rep

Attempt1

Attempt2

Attempt3

Condition

9001

001A

1

8

15

15

15

Light

9002

002A

1

8

70

75

70

Medium

9003

003A

2

12

90

95

90

Heavy

9004

004A

3

12

200

200

200

Medium

9005

006A

3

8

110

110

115

Heavy

9006

005A

4

10

20

25

Medium

9007

001A

4

8

10

12

10

Medium

9008

002A

5

8

85

90

115

Heavy

Exercise Table

ExerciseNo

ExerciseDescription

ExerciseType

001A

Situps

Abs

002A

Bench Press

Chest

003A

Back

004A

Leg Press

Legs

005A

Seated Shoulder Press

Shoulders

006A

Squats

Legs

007A

Lat pull downs

Lats

Create the following queries:

• Find the exercise which contains the maximum total weight lifted
• Show: Exercise, Maximum weight
• Ensure you show captions for each of the columns
• Hint: you would need to consider the number of times the weight is lifted and weight

e.g. rep multiplied by attempt multiplied by the weight

• Find the exercise that the user was not able to complete 3 attempts in, or the exercise that the user has not attempted.
• Show appropriate columns
• List in ascending order exercise type
• Do not show repeated names
• Ensure you show captions for each of the columns

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