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doing math in a stored procedure

Posted on 2007-03-19
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I have a table called PGRating.  I want to be able to add the values in the Rating column all together and then take an average of that.  in plain english, here is the formula:

select (Sum of all Rating values) / (count of rows)
from PGRating
where PGImageID = @PGImageID
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Question by:attipa
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you almost have it.
select avg(ratingvalue) from pgrating where pgimageID = @pgimagID
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Select Sum(Rating)/
(Select Count(1) From PGRating)
From PRGRating
Where PGImageID = @PGImageID
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