A cubic metre is the Standard International (SI) derived unit of volume. It is the volume of a cube that has edges of one metre in length. To know how many cubic metres are there in another unit, visit the site metric-conversions.

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Cubic meter is equal to the measurement of the length, width, and thickness of an object converted to meters. This is the unit used for measuring the volume.

A cubic meter measures volume in metres. It is one of the SI units that are denoted by m3. Older counterparts were the stere and the kilolitre. One cubic meter is equal to a thousand litres or a million cubic centimetres.

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