How Would You Find the Volume of a Cube Using the Immerion Method?

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To find the volume of a cube using the immersion method you need to put some water into a container. Know exactly how much water you put in. Then place the object whose volume is in question. Now measure the amount of water that appears to be in the container. Subtract the beginning number from the end number and you will have the volume of the object.
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