A common revenue model for SaaS (Software as a service) companies is to charge a monthly subscription fee for access to their product. Frequently, these companies aim to continually increase the number of users paying for their product. One metric that is helpful for this goal is churn rate.

**Churn rate** is the percent of subscribers that have canceled within a certain period, usually a month. For a user base to grow, the churn rate must be less than the new subscriber rate for the same period.

To calculate the churn rate, we only will be considering users who are subscribed at the beginning of the month. The churn rate is the number of these users who cancel during the month divided by the total number:

For example, suppose you were analyzing data for a monthly video streaming service called CodeFlix. At the beginning of February, CodeFlix has 1,000 customers. In February, 250 of these customers cancel. The churn rate for February would be:

`250 / 1000 = 25% churn rate`

### Instructions

**1.**

In March, CodeFlix started with 2,000 customers. During the month, 100 of these customers canceled.

What is the March churn rate as a ratio?

Use a `SELECT`

statement to calculate the answer. Be sure to use a decimal in your calculations to force a float answer.

**2.**

In April, CodeFlix started with 3,000 customers. During the month, 450 of these customers canceled.

The service added 500 new customers during the same period.

What is the April churn rate as a ratio?

On a new line, use a `SELECT`

statement to calculate the answer. Be sure to use a decimal in your calculations to force a float answer.