Great! We have the sum of the products by revenue, but we still need the percent. For that, we’ll need to get the total using a subquery. A *subquery* can perform complicated calculations and create filtered or aggregate tables on the fly.

Subqueries are useful when you want to perform an aggregation outside the context of the current query. This will let us calculate the overall total and per-item total at the same time.

### Instructions

**1.**

Complete the denominator in the subquery, which is the total revenue from `order_items`

. Use the `sum`

function to query the `amount_paid`

from the `order_items`

table.

select name, round(sum(amount_paid) / (select /**/ from order_items) * 100.0, 2) as pct from order_items group by 1 order by 2 desc;

We now have the percent or revenue each product represents!

Here `order by 2 desc`

sorts by the second column (the percent) to show the products in order of their contribution to revenue.