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    What is the difference between two adjectives: informational and informative?

    Considering the risk of defining it by another definition is it:

    informational book (source of useful information, guide book, manual, directory)
    or informative book (very useful book to read when studying the given subject)
    or information book (?)?

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    Re: information

    Informational- contains information
    Informative- contains a lot of useful information, normally presented in a way that makes it easyto absorb

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