## Top SQL Questions

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#### Find 5th Highest Salary

This question asks for the 5th highest salary from the "Employees" table. The example input is a table with id, name, and salary columns, and the example output is a table with a salary column.

#### Problem

```Write a SQL query to find the 5th highest salary from the "Employees" table.
Example input:
| id | name  | salary |
|----|-------|--------|
| 1  | John  | 1000   |
| 2  | Jane  | 2000   |
| 3  | Bob   | 3000   |
| 4  | Alex  | 4000   |
| 5  | David | 5000   |
Example output:
| salary |
|--------|
| 4000   |```

#### Solution

This solution is in SQL. Our A.I. can create solutions in multiple languages.
```SELECT salary FROM Employees ORDER BY salary DESC LIMIT 4, 1;

/*

The solution above is optimal because it uses the LIMIT clause to limit the number of rows returned by the query.

*/```

A.I. Evaluation of the Solution

The solution above is optimal because it uses the LIMIT clause to limit the number of rows returned by the query.

Evaluated at: 2023-02-02 23:06:04

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The candidate's solution correctly finds the 5th highest salary from the "Employees" table. The solution uses the correct SQL syntax and demonstrates a good understanding of the problem.