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Quantifiable
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Quantifiable: Having an expressible quantity having a determinable quantity
Quantification
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Quantification: Modification by a reference to quantity the introduction of the element of quantity. The quantification of the predicate belongs in part to Sir William Ha
Quantified
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Quantified: Having a determined quantity having an expressible quantity
Quantify
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Quantify: To modify or qualify with respect to quantity to fix or express the quantity of to rate.
Quantifying
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Quantifying: Determination of quantity expression of quantity
Quantisation
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Quantisation: (Mathematics) allocation of discrete values (not successive) to a particular variable (also quantization)
Quantise
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Quantise: Restrict a variable to a specific set of values, form into quanta (Physics) subdivide into small but measurable units express in terms of quantum mechanics (al
Quantitative
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Quantitative: Relating to quantity. Quan"ti*ta*tive*ly, adv. Quantitative analysis (Chem.), analysis which determines the amount or quantity of each ingredient of a subs
Quantitative analysis
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Quantitative analysis: Test of variables which can be precisely quantified
Quantitatively
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Quantitatively: From a quantitative point of view (pertaining to quantity)
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