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I can't find anything wrong with your proof except that it won't work if x is a moon of Jupiter (Popular in applied math courses)
To put in terms of amount or number
express as a number or measure or quantity; "Can you quantify your results?" use as a quantifier
If you try to quantify something, you try to calculate how much of it there is. It is difficult to quantify an exact figure as firms are reluctant to declare their losses. + quantification quan·ti·fi·ca·tion Others are more susceptible to attempts at quantification. to calculate the value of something and express it as a number or an amount (quantificare, from quantus; QUANTITY)
to assign a quantity to
{f} determine quantity; express the quantity
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express as a number or measure or quantity; "Can you quantify your results?"
To modify or qualify with respect to quantity; to fix or express the quantity of; to rate
use as a quantifier
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Something that can be quantified; a measurable
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the expression of an economic activity in monetary units
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a limitation that is imposed on the variables of a proposition
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measured
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Simple past tense and past participle of quantify
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A symbol or symbols in a regular expression indicating the number of characters to be matched
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The operator, represented by either of the symbols ∀ (universal quantifier) or ∃ (existential quantifier), used in predicate calculus to indicate the degree that predicate is true for a specified set
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Logic. An operator that limits the variables of a proposition, as some or all
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(Logic) An operator that limits the variables of a proposition, as some or all
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(Linguistics) A linguistic form that expresses a contrast in quantity, as some, all, or many
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Linguistics. A linguistic form that expresses a contrast in quantity, as some, all, or many
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capable of being quantified
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Something that is quantifiable can be measured or counted in a scientific way. A clearly quantifiable measure of quality is not necessary. unquantifiable
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{s} having an expressible quantity; having a determinable quantity
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the use of a quantifier
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the act of discovering or expressing the quantity of something
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the act of discovering or expressing the quantity of something a limitation imposed on the variables of a proposition (as by the quantifiers `some' or `all' or `no')
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a limitation imposed on the variables of a proposition (as by the quantifiers `some' or `all' or `no')
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The validation of innovated and orchestrated systems by testing them and measuring their results
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{i} act of quantifying, expressing quantity of something
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Modification by a reference to quantity; the introduction of the element of quantity
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the act of quantifying
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Analysis that determines the proportionate part of elements in a compound, or the percentage of components of a mixture
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Quantification is a way to talk about objects without being specific about the identity of the objects involved There are two kinds of quantification: existential and universal Each quantification uses one quantifier and one variable For details on quantification, click here
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{s} having a determined quantity; having an expressible quantity
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used as a quantifier
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past of quantify
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A word, such as all or many, that expresses a quantity
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The operator, represented by either of the symbols ∀ (universal quantifier) or ∃ (existential quantifier), used in predicate calculus to indicate the degree that predicate is true for a specified set
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(grammar) a word that expresses a quantity (as `fifteen' or `many') (logic) a word (such as `some' or `all' or `no') that binds the variables in a logical proposition
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a linguistic construct in which an assertion is made using a variable which ranges over some domain of discourse
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modern predicate logic uses quantifier expressions some ($) and all (") in sentences with variables (x, y, ), predicates (F, G, ), relations (R, ), identity and logical constants (and, or, not, if-then) ($x) ($y) (if Fx and Gy, then x=y) reads 'For some x and for some y, if x is F and y is G, then x is identical with y' The individual or multiple use of the universal quantifier 'all' and the existential quantifier 'there exists' to bind variables in sentences has been seen as the key to the development of a powerful and flexible system of modern predicate logic
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{i} word that expresses a quantity (Grammar)
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A quantifier is a special type of CYC® constant used in quantification CycL contains five quantifiers: #$forAll, #$thereExists, #$thereExistAtLeast, #$thereExistAtMost, and #$thereExistExactly Each quantifier introduces a new variable
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A logical constant which indicates the quantity of a class which has a property Examples: "all", "no", and "some", are the most frequently studied quantifiers in English
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(grammar) a word that expresses a quantity (as `fifteen' or `many')
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A specific type of determiner that gives an indication of quantity They usually answer the question how much: One of the boys hit all of the balls over the fence
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(logic) a word (such as `some' or `all' or `no') that binds the variables in a logical proposition
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In grammar, a quantifier is a word or phrase such as `plenty' or `a lot' which you use to refer to a quantity of something without being precise. It is often followed by `of', as in `a lot of money'. a word or phrase such as 'much', 'few', or 'a lot of' that is used with a noun to show quantity
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{i} determination of quantity; expression of quantity
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{s} determining quantity; expressing quantity
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present participle of quantify
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