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The select query below returns 1 row when it should be 3. I am pretty sure it is because of the AVG(k.sumtotal) field. If I rewrite the query and take out that AVG(k.sumtotal) column and take out the FROM inv_ratings AS k, I get my 3 rows. I looked online for hours trying to find information about returning results using the AVG clause and didn't find much. Do I have to use a group by clause, I tried that and only get errors. If it is a group by clause please type the exact group by clause to use if you could. thank you. $p = "SELECT i.invention_id, i.inv_title, i.date_submitted, i.category_id, i.approved, c.category_id, c.category, u.image_name, AVG(k.sumtotal) FROM inv_ratings AS k INNER JOIN inventions AS i USING (invention_id) INNER JOIN categories AS c USING (category_id) INNER JOIN images AS u USING (invention_id) WHERE c.category_id = $cat AND i.approved = 'approved' HAVING u.image_name < 2 ORDER BY date_submitted DESC LIMIT $start, $display"; $q = mysqli_query($dbc, $p) or trigger_error("Query: $p\n<br />mysqli Error: " . mysqli_error($dbc));