Commit c0ab2069 by Alvin Cheung

### typo fixes

parent 13804551
 ... ... @@ -138,7 +138,7 @@ Seattle WA. Name the output column `flight_num`. [Hint: Output relation cardinality: 3 rows] 2. (10 points) Find all flights from Seattle to Boston on July 15th. Search only for itineraries that have one stop (i.e., flight 1: Seattle -> [somewhere], flight2: [somewhere] -> Boston). 2. (10 points) Find all itineraries from Seattle to Boston on July 15th. Search only for itineraries that have one stop (i.e., flight 1: Seattle -> [somewhere], flight2: [somewhere] -> Boston). Both flights must depart on the same day (same day here means the date of flight) and must be with the same carrier. It's fine if the landing date is different from the departing date (i.e., in the case of an overnight flight). You don't need to check whether the first flight overlaps with the second one since the departing and arriving time of the flights are not provided. The total flight time (`actual_time`) of the entire itinerary should be fewer than 7 hours ... ... @@ -173,7 +173,7 @@ Order the results by the percentage of canceled flights in ascending order. [Output relation cardinality: 6 rows] 6. (10 points) Find the maximum price of tickets between Seattle and New York, NY in the entire month. 6. (10 points) Find the maximum price of tickets between Seattle and New York, NY. Show the maximum price for each airline separately. Name the output columns `carrier` and `max_price`, in that order. [Output relation cardinality: 3 rows] ... ... @@ -185,7 +185,7 @@ Show the maximum price for each airline separately. 8. (10 points) Compute the total departure delay of each airline across all flights in the entire month. across all flights. Name the output columns `name` and `delay`, in that order. [Output relation cardinality: 22 rows] ... ...
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