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A decision is (Points : 3) a conscious choice to select the only possible alternative. a conscious choice between one positive alternative and all other negative alternatives. a
conscious choice from among two or more alternatives. an unconscious choice of the alternative which presents the least amount of risk. an unconscious choice of the alternative which presents the greatest possible assurance of success.
A decision is a conscious choice from among two or more alternatives.
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A decision is a conscious choice from among two or more alternatives.
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