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# 2026. Low-Quality Problems

## Description

Table: `Problems`

+-------------+------+ | Column Name | Type | +-------------+------+ | problem_id | int | | likes | int | | dislikes | int | +-------------+------+ problem_id is the primary key column for this table. Each row of this table indicates the number of likes and dislikes for a LeetCode problem.

Write an SQL query to report the IDs of the **low-quality** problems. A LeetCode problem is **low-quality** if the like percentage of the problem (number of likes divided by the total number of votes) is **strictly less than** `60%`

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Return the result table ordered by `problem_id`

in ascending order.

The query result format is in the following example.

**Example 1:**

Input:Problems table: +------------+-------+----------+ | problem_id | likes | dislikes | +------------+-------+----------+ | 6 | 1290 | 425 | | 11 | 2677 | 8659 | | 1 | 4446 | 2760 | | 7 | 8569 | 6086 | | 13 | 2050 | 4164 | | 10 | 9002 | 7446 | +------------+-------+----------+Output:+------------+ | problem_id | +------------+ | 7 | | 10 | | 11 | | 13 | +------------+Explanation:The like percentages are as follows: - Problem 1: (4446 / (4446 + 2760)) * 100 = 61.69858% - Problem 6: (1290 / (1290 + 425)) * 100 = 75.21866% - Problem 7: (8569 / (8569 + 6086)) * 100 = 58.47151% - Problem 10: (9002 / (9002 + 7446)) * 100 = 54.73006% - Problem 11: (2677 / (2677 + 8659)) * 100 = 23.61503% - Problem 13: (2050 / (2050 + 4164)) * 100 = 32.99002% Problems 7, 10, 11, and 13 are low-quality problems because their like percentages are less than 60%.