Cell Cycle. M-cdk , Biology

Cell cycle Urgent question?? please biology expert! it''s for an exam?
When M-Cdk gets attached to cyclin, it doesn''t just get activated. phosphate has to be added by an activating kinase. if that kinaes had a mutation. What would happen?
1) Cells would stop on S-Phase
2) Cells would stop on M-phase
3) They will be cancer cells
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