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Which of the following is not true about N:M recursive relationships?

• Both foreign keys in the intersection table refer to the same table.

• Since it is a recursive relationship, an intersection table is not needed.

• The foreign keys in the intersection table can't refer to the same attribute in the parent table.

• Both Since it is a recursive relationship, an intersection table is not needed and The foreign keys in the intersection table can't refer to the same attribute in the parent table are correct.
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Both Since it is a recursive relationship, an intersection table is not needed and The foreign keys in the intersection table can't refer to the same attribute in the parent table are correct.
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