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Default Difference Between This Two Query's

Hello All,

I write this query for Exercise 2 from Chapter 8 :
Code:
SELECT City, State
FROM MemberDetails AS MD1
WHERE(SELECT COUNT(*) FROM MemberDetails AS MD2 WHERE MD2.City = MD1.City
AND MD2.State = MD1.State) >= 2
AND MD1.City NOT IN (SELECT City FROM Location)
GROUP BY City, State;
And book answer use from Exists Operator :

Code:
SELECT City, State FROM MemberDetails AS MD1
WHERE(SELECT COUNT(*) FROM MemberDetails AS MD2
WHERE NOT EXISTS (SELECT * FROM Location AS L1 WHERE L1.City = MD2.City AND
L1.State = MD2.State)
AND MD1.City = MD2.City AND MD1.State = MD2.State
GROUP BY City,State)>=2
GROUP BY City,State ;
Please comparison this Query's in Speed and etc.

Thanks My Friends.:)




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