Thank you Steve, good one. Anyway, I selected NO.
But the trick or catch here is;
1. If those two queries are executed "only" considering the given data inserted into the table, then answer is "Yes" - it does returns same count all the time
2. If, let say, add one more row "INSERT myTable SELECT 1, NULL" and then if those two queries are executed then of-course the result is not the same.
When I answered the question, I was focusing on the #2 point and selected "NO" and submitted; and all of a sudden "what-if this is pertained only to this data?" I was seeing #1... well it was too late;
This is one of those questions with "it depends" on the data.
(This is just my point of view-) Probably the hint on the data like, "only to this" or "in generic" would increase the chance of answering the question more accurately.
The first and the hardest SQL statement I have wrote- "select * from customers" - and I was happy and felt smart.