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    What's the difference between 'optimum' and 'optimal'?

    Both are adjective with the same meaning. Is there any differences between these two words?

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    Re: What's the difference between 'optimum' and 'optimal'?

    Apparently, they are synonyms, which means they mean the same thing, so you can use either; it makes no difference.

    However, "optimal" can be made into an adverb, "optimally", but "optimum" cannot.


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