Behavior of deliberately act in economic reasoning

Deliberately acting in a way which cannot attain a wanted goal is: (w) rational behavior. (x) random behavior. (y) irrational behavior. (z) maximizing behavior.

Can anybody suggest me the proper explanation for given problem regarding economic reasoning generally?

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