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Method A exhaust a lot of resources. How can I say this in comparison sentence:

method A has been viewed as a resource exhaustive compared to method B

Or,

method A has been viewed as an exhaustive resource compared to method B

  • Can you explain what you mean by "resource exhaustive"? It's not wrong, but you haven't given enough context for us to understand what you are trying to say. – Andrew Jun 13 at 18:11
  • If you mean resource exhaustive in the sense of it is something that exhausts resources, then it's an adjective, not a noun, and there shouldn't be an indefinite article in front of it. (And if you do mean it that way, either of the two sentences could be correct. It would depend on exactly what you're trying to express.) You need clarify your question. – Jason Bassford Supports Monica Jun 14 at 5:46
  • I mean it is something that exhausts resources (e.g. battery). – None Jun 14 at 14:35

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