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Hi Team,
I need to provide an training on writing Oracle SQL statments for the below types of queries
1.Linear  and Non-Linear programming,
2. Write SQL queries for Facts & Dimensions

Any help with an example for the above mention types of queries and programming is really appreciated
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Question by:sam_2012
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For 2. I would look at Tom Kyte site:
https://asktom.oracle.com/pls/apex/f?p=100:1:0&elq_mid=27428&sh=&cmid=WWMK15020783MPP037C002
There is a lot of questions and a very good answers.
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For #1, I'm impressed that I cannot even Google for sites to refer you to. What have you tried on your own?
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