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hello and welcome to the next session of interview preparatory course on top 50 sq linear equations hope you are excited to solve another a scale question so let's get started in this session we'll discuss about cross join concept in SQL one of the easiest join among all joins present in SQL in this type of join in each and every row present in one table is added with all the rows in another table that is cross-product operation is performed so in order to know the number of rows of the result set of this cross join simply M star and that is number of rows of one table that is left at table the number of rows of right side table that is suppose you are taking your joining you're using cross joining between two tables if one table contains seven rows and if other table contain four rows then the total number of rows would be 28 rows if you don't specify any condition that means if you perform cross join operation without specifying any condition than then in that case number of rows wi...