Dictionary Meaning and Definition on 'Quantifiable'
adj : capable of being quantified
Wikipedia Meaning and Definition on 'Quantifiable'
A quantitative attribute is one that exists in a range of magnitudes, and can therefore be measured. Measurements of any particular quantitative property are expressed as a specific quantity, referred to as a unit, multiplied by a number. Examples of physical quantities are distance, mass, and time. Many attributes in the social sciences, including abilities and personality traits, are also studied as quantitative properties and principles.
Numbers obtained through an experimental procedure are considered measurements depends upon how measurement is defined. The nature of measurement depends upon the structure of a continuous quantity. The reason for this is that such theories and laws display a multiplicative structure (for example Newton's second law).
Continuous quantities are those for which magnitudes can be represented as real numbers and for which, therefore, measurements can be expressed on a continuum. Continuous quantities may be scalar or vector quantities. For example, SI units are physical units of continuous quantitative properties, phenomena, and relations such as distance, mass, heat, force and angular separation. The classical concept of quantity described above necessarily implies the concept of continuous quantity.[See more about Quantifiable at Dictionary 3.0 Encyclopedia]