# How Do You Calculate Volume in Cubic Meters?

## Answer

The volume in cubic metres of an object is calculated by multiplying the length, width and the height of the object together. For you to get the units in metres, it is recommended that you first convert the measurements to metres by using the standard conversion procedures. The volume of a substance is mainly used to indicate the quantity of a substance, mostly fluids.
1 Additional Answer
To calculate the volume in cubic meters, convert the volume gotten in cubic cm to cubic meters by dividing by 1000000. Alternatively, you can get the volume in cubic meters by converting measurement of an object into meters.
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