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The database schema consists of 4 tables:
Company(ID_comp, name)
Trip(trip_no, id_comp, plane, town_from, town_to, time_out, time_in)
Passenger(ID_psg, name)
Pass_in_trip(trip_no, date, ID_psg, place)
The Company table contains IDs and names of the airlines transporting passengers. The Trip table contains information on the schedule of flights: trip (flight) number, company (airline) ID, plane type, departure city, destination city, departure time, and arrival time. The Passenger table holds IDs and names of the passengers. The Pass_in_trip table contains data on flight bookings: trip number, departure date (day), passenger ID and her seat (place) designation during the flight. It should be noted that

  • scheduled flights are operated daily; the duration of any flight is less than 24 hours; town_from <> town_to;
  • all time and date values are assumed to belong to the same time zone;
  • departure and arrival times are specified with one minute precision;
  • there can be several passengers bearing the same first name and surname (for example, Bruce Willis);
  • the seat (place) designation consists of a number followed by a letter; the number stands for the row, while the letter (a – d) defines the seat position in the grid (from left to right, in alphabetical order;
  • connections and constraints are shown in the database schema below.

For all days between 2003-04-01 and 2003-04-07 find the number of trips from Rostov.
Result set: date, number of trips.

please provide data scripts like below ..!!!

create table #abc
name varchar(100)

insert into #abc select 'fine'

when is homework due? :face_with_monocle::grin:

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Just break it down step by step, you should be able to figure it out.

For example:
"from Rostov" means : trip.town_from = 'Rostov'
and so on, for each condition thru each table.

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