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Hi! I'm new learner. And now I'm trying start diving into bigquery sql.
I have some study case and need help to solve.

I have table of interest

Questions are

1. How to find the oldest and youngest age for the subscriber for each gender?
2. Monthly growth of the trips by %
3. Get trips with start_station_ids that were not present in the station table. What percentage of these trips end up in end_station_ids which are also not present in the station table

Hopefully someone can help me, thank you.

What I have tried:

I have tried using date_diff function and group by gender but it seems error
Updated 6-Mar-21 4:34am

1 solution

See the SQL MAX and MIN functions: SQL MIN() and MAX() Functions[^]
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Maciej Los 6-Mar-21 10:39am
Lisa Sc 6-Mar-21 11:00am
Thank's for the insight!

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