capable of being quantified
Something that can be quantified; a measurable.
Capable of being quantified.
The numerical value of quantifiable in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of quantifiable in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
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Fourty-five is just too far away to get quantifiable risk measurements.
Where it's less quantifiable is all the other areas - the volunteer hours from GE employees, the shopping they do in Fairfield, the dining out, that's harder to quantify but has a real impact.
He has shown in some of the early states the ability to do well among late deciders, and that has given him better numbers than he was perceived to have, but how large a bump that is, it's not quantifiable.
We've refocused from being an institution that was solely focused on access, to an institution that couples access with success, we have quantifiable, measurable goals to help students complete programs and move on to more school or a career.
We looked at a lot of mainly passive designs strategies, we looked at quantifiable analysis on daylight control, solar radiation, wind movements, heat gains, solar exposure, which courtyards would get the most heat gain, and the planning of activities were organized around these factors.
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