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About plural: "which is" or "which are"?

Ohhhh, I'm not sure, which one is correct:

(1) The thing has two parts (X and Y) which is from two different sources: source A and source B.

(2) The thing has two parts (X and Y) which are from two diferent souce: source A and source B.

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sorry, it's a editing error, I wanted to writing as:

(1) The thing has two parts (X and Y) which is from two different source: source A and source B.

(2) The thing has two parts (X and Y) which are from two diferent souces: source A and source B.

For learning: English
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    Flying Robot,
    The correct answer is "which are" since the which goes back to the word "parts" (which is plural)

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