What is a term for the class of measured quantities that have a unit, as distinct from those that are unitless?
This term describes any quantity with a unit:
- 5.3 seconds
- −17.28 metres
- 4½ apples
This term excludes unitless quantities:
Note that the mass noun versus countable noun distinction is not useful here; the unit-ful quantities include both mass and countable quantities, so that's not going to help distinguish.
Candidate terms already tried
In other words, I want a term like “unit quantity” except that has different connotation (because a “unit quantity” implies it's exactly one of something. So that's not the correct term.)
I think the modifier “dimensioned” does not apply to abstract units (like dollars) or to counting physical objects (like apples), so if that's true then dimension excludes some quantities I want to include. That would mean it's not the correct term.
(Similar to “What do you call the part of a quantity that isn't the unit”, but I'm asking for a term that only describes a quantity including the unit, and excludes quantities that have no unit.)