Excuse me!

 I will ask a common question.

If he broken a cup, I want to "where is the cup"?

Which of the following is OK?

(1) Where is the cup?->This is very simple and clear.

(2) Where is the broken cup?->This focuses on the status of the cup.

(3) Where is the cup which is broken?->This is the full sentence of (2).

(4) Where is the previously-broken cup?->This focuses on the action of breaking.

(5) Where is the cup which was broken previously?->This is the full sentence of (4).

Because in my understanding, (2) and (4) have the same meaning, though the focuses are different.

Could you give me a good advice for interpretation of (4)?

Thank you!

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