Let us consider the following relational database. - Professors (id, fName, IName, ssn, email) - Students (id, JName, IName, dob, gpa, email) - TeachesCourses(number, sectionNo, semester, creditHrs, title, profID) - CompLanguages(studentil complanguage) - Enrolls(studentID number, sectionNo, semester, courseGrade) - Use(iradingschema(number sectionNo, semester cutoff letter(irade) - HasGradingCategoriess (category, weight, mumber, sectionNo, semester) - Gradingactivites (categord Litle, maxPoints) - Submit(studentID, category, title point) The primary key for each relation is underlined. The foreign keys for this database are as follows: - the column proflD of relation TeachesCourses that references table Professors, - the column studentID of relation CompLanguages that relerences table Students, - the column studentID of relation Enrolls that references table Students, - the columns number, sectionNo, semester of relation Enrolls that references table TeachesCourses, - the columns number, sectionNo, semester of relation UseGradingSchema that references table TeachesCourses, - the columns number, sectionNo, semester of relation HasGradingCategoriess that references table TeachesCourses, - the column category of relation GradingActivites that references table HasGradingCategoriess. - the column studentiD of relation Submits that references table Students, and - the columns category and tile of relation Submits that references table GradingActivites Task: Write exactly one SQL statement for the following question. Also, the query answers must not contain duplicates, but you should use the SQL keyword distinct only when necessary. Use ecLab.sql to test your code, and its output should be like the one listed here. Otherwise. your SQL code has a logic error(s). Q: Retrieve the course titles offered in Spring 2020, along with their professor's ID. Hints: it can be solved by using one input table..