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The database has reported the error 'ORA-04091: table <table_name> is mutating, trigger/function may not see it'. What is one possible explanation?  
Choice 1  
 A statement trigger fired by your statement has executed an improperly formed SELECT, resulting in a large cartesian product.  
Choice 2  
 A statement trigger fired by your statement has attempted to select from its triggering table.  
Choice 3  
 You have attempted to change a table currently being updated by a row trigger fired by another user.  
Choice 4  
 A row trigger fired by your statement has attempted to access its triggering table.  
Choice 5  
 Another user has changed a table referenced by a row trigger fired by your statement.  
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