What is the difference between quality and quantity?

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The main difference between quality and quantity is that quality is an attribute, while quantity is a variable amount. Quality is the basic characteristic of something or someone. With quality, the amount does not affect the quality. Quantity assigns a numerical number to something. A quantity can be a definite or indefinite number. Quantities are measurable, countable, or comparable. When the quantity of something changes, a quantitative change has occurred. When change affects the very character of something, a qualitative change has occurred.
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