Uncertainty and Decision-making

I have a problem in economics on Uncertainty and Decision-making. Please help me in the following question. The error of omission would be: (i) The failure of an individual to invest in Microsoft 20 years ago. (ii) Individual cheating on a test. (iii) The decision by Ford to manufacture the Edsel. (iv) Individual’s decision to drink and drive.

Choose the right option from the above.

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