A website dedicated to wish lists uses following Salesforce objects:

Management wants to add a field to the User object that will contain the number of Wish objects the User has. What is the behavior of those objects and what needs to be done to add the new field?

(Select all acceptable answers.)

Deleting a Wish will delete all User objects that are associated with it.
Deleting a User will delete all Wish objects that are associated with it.
The User is the master record in this Master-Detail relationship.
Adding a rollup field that counts the number of Wish objects in relation to the User object will fulfill the goal of having Wish count in the User object.
Adding a query field that counts the number of Wish objects to the User object will accomplish the goal of having Wish count in the User object. 
In a Master-Detail relationship, the Master contains the field with the Detail identification.
   

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