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I want to run a query on many tables. The answer I am asking is "How many 1s, 2s, and 3s are in all the tables together?" Each semester we get information on standards. How well a student completed a standard - a 1 is the lowest 3 is high proficiency. The problem is this when I set up the query...
I forgot to make a relationship between tables causing all of my items to appear to have been made by every manufacturer. What is this type of error called?