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For each city find the student with the highest GPA (including ties). Return the names of those students who are the best in their respective cities only if there are at least 8 students from the city. Your result should have a single column `name` with the students' names.

For each city find the student with the highest GPA (including ties). Return the names of those students who are the best in their respective cities only if there are at least 8 students from the city. Your result should have a single column `name` with the students' names.

### 7.sql

### 7.sql

Calculate the probability (as a fraction) that two randomly picked students will be from the same city and same county. Your result should have two columns (`numerator`) and (`denominator`) representing this fraction and a single row. You may not hard code any sizes.

Calculate the probability (as a fraction) that two randomly picked students will be from the same city. Your result should have two columns (`numerator`) and (`denominator`) representing this fraction and a single row. You may not hard code any sizes.

## Submission

## Submission

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