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Which statement correctly differentiates a system privilege from an object privilege?

System privileges can be granted only by the DBA whereas object privileges can be granted by DBAs or the owner of the object.

System privileges give the rights to only create user schemas whereas object privileges give rights to manipulate objects in a schema.

Users require system privileges to gain access to the database whereas they require object privileges to create objects in the database.

A system privilege is the right to perform specific activities in a database whereas an object privilege is a right to perform activities on a specific object in the database.

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