Entity Framework is used in an application that manages stocks. The application has the following class diagram for the model and the database context:

Using code first migration we need to upgrade the models shown in the following class diagram:

What would happen on running the required migrations using the Package Manager Console?

(Select all acceptable answers.)

The Add-Migration command will update the database for the given code first migration.
The Id property needs to be annotated with the Key attribute to make it a primary key.
A foreign key will be implicitly added to the Prices table, as the Prices navigation property is added to the Stocks table.
All-Migrations command fetches all migrations that have been applied to the target database.
The TargetMigration parameter can be used with the Update-Database command to rollback updates made to a database using Entity Framework migrations.
   

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