They all look like nonsense to me.Judging from "only so much information", the answer is so confusing that students can choose 3 as well. If "only so much information" were "a limited amount knowledge", it would be easier to understand. Did the writer make a vague expression or is it a correct expression?
ex)When making decisions, people almost always assume that more information is better. Modern corporations are especially dependent on this idea and spend a fortune trying to create "analytic workspaces" that "maximize the informational potential of their decision-makers." These conventional practices are based on the assumptions that executives perform better when they have access to more facts and figures and that bad decisions are a result of (A). But it's important to know the limitations of this approach, which are rooted in the limitations of the brain. The prefrontal cortex can handle only so much information at any one time, so when a person gives it too many facts and then asks it to make a decision based on the facts that seem important, that person is asking for (B).
Q. which are the fitting words? 2