How did the Supreme Court ruling in the McCulloch v. Maryland case help strengthen the federal government?

1 It ruled that state laws could not undermine a federal institution.
2 It enabled a balance of power between the federal government and state governments.
3 It ruled that the federal government controlled state banks.
4 It gave the Second Bank absolute control over all banks in the United States.
5 It allowed the Second Bank to distribute some of its responsibilities to other banks.

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