Your team manages the web farm for which now needs to support URL rewriting so that it uses more user and search engine friendly URLs.

Your team plans to use the following playbook to achieve the above mentioned requirement:

  - hosts: example_web_servers
    become: yes
      - name: check rewrite module
          - apache2 handler
      - name: apache2 handler

What are the features and functions of the different parts of the given playbook?

(Select all acceptable answers.)

state=present will ensure that the rewrite module is enabled.
The notify task will echo the status of the apache2 installation on hosts in example_web_servers.
apache2 will only restart on hosts where the rewrite module was enabled by the playbook run.
'check rewrite module' and 'apache2 handler' can run in parallel on the same host.
'apache2 handler' being at the end of the playbook will always run after all tasks finish their run, irrespective of the notify directive.

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