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Math calculation in select
   
SQL>
SQL> CREATE TABLE purchase (
  2       product_name  VARCHAR2(25),
  3       product_price NUMBER(4,2),
  4       sales_tax     NUMBER(4,2),
  5       purchase_date DATE,
  6       salesperson   VARCHAR2(3));

Table created.

SQL>
SQL> INSERT INTO purchase VALUES ('Product Name 1', 1.08'5-NOV-00', 'AB');

row created.

SQL> INSERT INTO purchase VALUES ('Product Name 2', 2.5.21'29-JUN-01', 'CD');

row created.

SQL> INSERT INTO purchase VALUES ('Product Name 3', 50.754.19'10-DEC-02', 'EF');

row created.

SQL> INSERT INTO purchase VALUES ('Product Name 4', 99.998.25'31-AUG-03', 'GH');

row created.

SQL>
SQL>
SQL>
SQL> SELECT product_name, sales_tax / product_price FROM purchase;

PRODUCT_NAME              SALES_TAX/PRODUCT_PRICE
------------------------- -----------------------
Product Name 1                                .08
Product Name 2                               .084
Product Name 3                         .082561576
Product Name 4                         .082508251

rows selected.

SQL>
SQL>
SQL> DROP TABLE purchase;

Table dropped.

SQL>
SQL>

   
    
  














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