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Which statements are true regarding the usage of the WITH clause in complex correlated subqueries? (Choose all that apply.)

It can be used only with the SELECT clause.

The WITH clause can hold more than one query.

If the query block name and the table name were the same, then the table name would take precedence.

The query name in the WITH clause is visible to other query blocks in the WITH clause as well as to the main query block.

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