Consider the following DDL statement:

CREATE TABLE registrations (
  id INT NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT PRIMARY KEY,
  name VARCHAR(50) NOT NULL,
  create_date DATE NOT NULL,
  last_activity DATE NOT NULL
);

Fill in the blanks so that the following select returns all registrations that were last active at least 30 days after being created.

SELECT name, create_date, last_activity FROM registrations
  WHERE  >= (, INTERVAL 30 DAY);

See the example case for more details.

   

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