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Find count within a query

I have the following sql query

SELECT Max(Text4)Text4,Max(Text5)Text5,Max(Combo11)Combo11, Sum(Total)TotalsperStudent FROM AttendanceGrid INNER JOIN tblRegistration ON AttendanceGrid.[ID]=tblRegistration.[ID] Where  AttendanceGrid.Fiscal = '2014'  Group by tblRegistration.ID HAVING Sum(Total)>0 

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The output looks like this:

Text4	Text5	Combo11	TotalsperStudent
Guthrie	Tionne	Mid Austin	   129
Rodriguez	Eleany	LOS	52
Meeks	Quiana	Major Adams	   53
Colley	Kayla	Mid Austin	     236

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How can I change the query to get the following output.  I want to find out how many records there are per group (Combo11)?

My desired output based on the above results would be:

Mid Austin   2
LOS                1
Major Adams  1

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Scott PletcherSenior DBACommented:
SELECT Combo11, COUNT(DISTINCT Text4+Text5) Recs_Per_Group
FROM AttendanceGrid
INNER JOIN tblRegistration ON AttendanceGrid.[ID]=tblRegistration.[ID]
Where  AttendanceGrid.Fiscal = '2014'  
Group by Combo11
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SharathData EngineerCommented:
SELECT Combo11, 
       COUNT(*) Cnt 
  FROM (SELECT MAX(Combo11)Combo11 
          FROM AttendanceGrid 
               INNER JOIN tblRegistration 
                       ON AttendanceGrid.[ID] = tblRegistration.[ID] 
         WHERE AttendanceGrid.Fiscal = '2014' 
         GROUP BY tblRegistration.ID 
        HAVING SUM(Total) > 0) T1 
 GROUP BY Combo11 

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al4629740Author Commented:
SELECT Combo11,
       COUNT(*) Cnt

What does Cnt stand for or do?
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al4629740Author Commented:
nevermind....
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