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View the Exhibit and examine the structure of the EMPLOYEES table.

You want to display all employees and their managers having 100 as the MANAGER_ID. You want the output in two columns: the first column would have the LAST_NAME of the managers and the second column would have LAST_NAME of the employees.

Which SQL statement would you execute?

A.
SELECT m.last_name “Manager”, e.last_name “Employee” FROM employees m JOIN employees e
ON m.employee_id = e.manager_id
WHERE m.manager_id=100;

B.
SELECT m.last_name “Manager”, e.last_name “Employee” FROM employees m JOIN employees e
ON m.employee_id = e.manager_id
WHERE e.manager_id=100;

C.
SELECT m.last_name “Manager”, e.last_name “Employee” FROM employees m JOIN employees e
ON e.employee_id = m.manager_id
WHERE m.manager_id=100;

D.
SELECT m.last_name “Manager”, e.last_name “Employee” FROM employees m JOIN employees e
WHERE m.employee_id = e.manager_id AND e.manager_id=100;

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