Let's assume that you wrote a query that has the following four clauses: SELECT, FROM, WHERE, ORDER BY. The order in which the four SQL query clauses are executed is _____ _____ _____ _____. (separate your answers by commas.)

FROM, SELECT, WHERE, ORDER BY

SELECT, WHERE, FROM, ORDER BY

FROM, WHERE, SELECT, ORDER By

SELECT, FROM, WHERE, ORDER BY Questions M2Q1-M2Q3 refer to the following spreadsheet. Only the first row of values in Columns D, F, and G have been filled in, but the formulas should be able to be copied down the rest of the rows.

As a reminder, the syntax for the VLOOKUP function looks like this: VLOOKUP (lookup_value, table_array, col_index_num, [range_lookup])

The value in cell D6 is calculated using the VLOOKUP function, referencing the table of values in columns I and J. Please select the answer with the proper formula for cell D6. Be sure to choose the one with the appropriate type of cell references.

= VLOOKUP($C$6,I7:J9,2)

=VLOOKUP(C6,I7:J9,2)

=VLOOKUP(C6,$I$7:$J$9,2)

= VLOOKUP($C$6,$I$7:$J$9,2) As a reminder, the syntax for the IF function looks like this:

IF(logical_test, value_if_true, [value_if_false])

The "Long Installation?" column is used to flag any installations that take longer than 2 hours to complete, Displaying the word "Yes" for any installation with number of hours greater than 2. Please select the proper formula for cell G6 to accomplish this in column G.

=IF(E6>2,"No", "Yes")

=IF($E$6>=2,"No", "Yes")

=IF(E6>2,"Yes", "No")

=IF(E6>=2,"Yes", "No")

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