# What word means more than necessary?

## What word means more than necessary?

Superfluous

### What is the word superfluous?

1a : exceeding what is sufficient or necessary : extra. b : not needed : unnecessary. 2 obsolete : marked by wastefulness : extravagant.

**What is surplus synonym?**

excess, excessive, in excess, leftover, left, unused, remaining, extra, additional, reserve, spare. superfluous, redundant, unwanted, unneeded, not required, uncalled for, dispensable, disposable, expendable, useless.

**What does Fluous mean?**

Adjective. (-) In excess of what is required or sufficient.

## What are extra words called?

Pleonasm (/ˈpliːənæzəm/; from Ancient Greek πλεονασμός, pleonasmós, from πλέον, pleon ‘to be in excess’) is the use of more words or parts of words than are necessary or sufficient for clear expression (for instance, “black darkness”, “burning fire”).

### Is incredulity an emotion?

The default emotion for humans walking amongst other humans in public spaces has become incredulity. Sure it’s annoying, but it’s also really problematic.

**What’s another word for surreal?**

What is another word for surreal?

strange | odd |
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bizarre | weird |

fantastic | unreal |

dreamlike | peculiar |

outlandish | queer |

**What’s another word for mind boggling?**

In this page you can discover 34 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for mind-boggling, like: baffling, perplexing, incomprehensible, stunning, puzzling, mysterious, confounding, numbing, bewildering, staggering and unthinkable.

## What is another word for impossible?

What is another word for impossible?

unachievable | implausible |
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impracticable | impractical |

incredible | insurmountable |

outlandish | undoable |

unimaginable | unthinkable |

### What is an impossible situation called?

1 beyond one, beyond the bounds of possibility, hopeless, impracticable, inconceivable, not to be thought of, out of the question, unachievable, unattainable, unobtainable, unthinkable.

**What is an impossible task called?**

A Sisyphean task seems impossible to complete. You can use Sisyphean to describe things that require a lot of hard work and yet will never be truly finished.

**Is infeasible correct?**

Today infeasible is somewhat more common in American usage, though traditionally unfeasible was more common, being surpassed by infeasible in the late 1970s (in both America and Britain).

## Does infeasible mean impossible?

Infeasible things are impossible, or too complicated to actually be done. Your idea of staging a city-wide game of Capture the Flag is probably infeasible.

### What is an infeasible problem?

A linear programming problem is said to be infeasible if there is no solution that satisfies all the constraints. It represents a state of inconsistency in the set of constraints.

**What is infeasible solution example?**

It means there are no points that satisfy all constraints of the problem. An infeasible solution with two decision variables can be identified through its graph.

**What is infeasible solution and how does it occur?**

A linear program is infeasible if there exists no solution that satisfies all of the constraints — in other words, if no feasible solution can be constructed. Since any real operation that you are modelling must remain within the constraints of reality, infeasibility most often indicates an error of some kind.

## What is standard form of LPP?

Canonical form of standard LPP is a set of equations consisting of the ‘objective function’ and all the ‘equality constraints’ (standard form of LPP) expressed in canonical form.

### What is difference between canonical form and standard form?

The main difference between canonical and standard form is that canonical form is a way of representing Boolean outputs of digital circuits using Boolean Algebra while standard form is a simplified version of canonical form that represents Boolean outputs of digital circuits using Boolean Algebra.

**How do you turn a problem into standard form?**

To convert to standard form, we introduce two new variables, s1 ≥ 0 and s2 ≥ 0. The first measures how much over 1 the quantity x + y is, and the second measures how much under 0 the quantity −. 05x + . 07y is.

**Is there any difference between standard form and canonical form of LPP?**

A linear program in standard form is the maximization of a linear function subject to linear inequal- ities. In canonical form, all the constraints are equalities, whereas in standard form, all the constraints are inequali- ties.