What Does Volume Mean in Science?

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In science, volume refers to the amount of space occupied by a three-dimensional object or region of space. Volumes are expressed in cubic units. In another context, volume is used to mean the amplitude or loudness of a sound.
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Volume is the amount of space taken up by a substance like a container. It always does not to be an container italso can be a car or a bag .e.c.t.
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The unit of volume is always expressed in cubic units usually metric. For
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a measure of area.
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Hi Charles, sorry for the delay i had to leave abruptly for 10 days. If you are talking about the day to day use sponge, and wish to know the actual volume of the thing minus air
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