data or information that is measured numerically rather than qualitatively.
lathe speed is numerically measured by cutting speed vdn/1000.
Yes, the size of the universe is absolutely falsifiable because the universe has not been accurately measured. Once the universe is accurately measured, it will be much more difficult to falsify its size.
Bode's universe can not be measured. The reason the universe can not be measured is because it is made up of all the matter, intergalactic space, galaxies, stars and planets.
A qualitive observation is an observation of a product of a reaction which cannot be measured numerically, e.g. colour, state of matter. A quantitive observation is an observation which can be measured, e.g. size, volume.
Beause its to big
Intelligence is not a quantity that can be measured, and if it was measureable, it would be infinite because the universe is infinite.
In 'light years' or in 'scientific notation'
No one on earth knows. The universe hasn't been measured, and we may never reach the ends of the universe, if the universe ever ends.
I suspect that the answer is meant to be qualitative data but that is not a proper answer. Information about the qualitative aspect of data (eg what colour is you hair) is still a measurement. It may not be numerical measurement, but the question states "can't be measured", not "can't be measured numerically".
The distance between planets are measured in millions of kilometers while the distance between solar systems are measured in light years while the galxies and the universe are measured in AU (astronautical units)
Digital information is stored numerically in
a note on numerically unstable algorithm
Not sure what you are asking. "55.34524" IS expressed numerically.
One billion numerically is: 1,000,000,000
Distance in measured in units of length.Short distances can be measured in feet, yards or metres.Longer distances would be measured in miles or kilometres.Very large distances in the universe would be measured in light years.
Numerically means in numbers. It comes from numerus, the Latin for number.
Ten lakh is written out numerically as 10,00,000.
What?!! Radius cannot be measured in Newtons!
ElementAbundancemeasured relative to siliconHydrogen40,000Helium3,100Oxygen22Neon8.6Nitrogen6.6Carbon3.5Silicon1Magnesium0.91Iron0.6Sulphur0.38
No. A light year is a measure of distance, not time. So the age of the Universe cannot be measured in light years.
amount of air, liquid
The edge of the visible Universe is about 13.2 to 13.7 billion light years. That's about 1.27717133 × 1023 kilometers or 127 sextillion kilometers.
Someday astronomers may have measured all the distances of 100 billion galaxies in the observable universe.