I know infinitive clause can be an adjective or a complement.
My following sentences concern what they act as.
No one in the team possesses the ability which is required to accomplish this task.
Do the infinitive clause to accomplish this task act as an complement modifying required,
or is it an adjective which goes to the noun ability,and in this case, the sentence contains two adjective phrases:
No one in the team possesses the ability (which is required)(to accomplish this task).
Is the above sentence a possible interpretation?
Another example, but this time using participle phrases instead of relative clause:
The information needed to make a rational decision isn't provided.
Same question,but I wonder if changing relative clauses to participle phrases will change anything,
does the infinitive clause to make a rational decision go to needed, or the noun informatiom?