## Further examples::Quantity

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Quantity::number    Which::numbers    Between::relation    Theory::property    Length::quantity    Count::michell

Further examples Some further examples of quantities are:

• 1.76 litres (liters) of milk, a continuous quantity
• 2πr metres, where r is the length of a radius of a circle expressed in metres (or meters), also a continuous quantity
• one apple, two apples, three apples, where the number is an integer representing the count of a denumerable collection of objects (apples)
• 500 people (also a count)
• a couple conventionally refers to two objects
• a few usually refers to an indefinite, but usually small, number greater than two.
• quite a few also refers to an indefinite, but surprisingly (in relation to the context) large number.
• several refers to an indefinite, but usually small, number - usually indefinitely greater than "a few".
• OPEC has a few members

Quantity sections
Intro  Background  Quantitative structure  Quantity in mathematics  Quantity in physical science  Quantity in logic and semantics  Quantity in natural language  Further examples  References   External links

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