What instrument is used to measure volume?

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There are numerous instruments that one can use to measure the volume of objects or liquids. Some of these include graduated cylinders, measuring cups, pipettes, buoyant weights and overflow troughs. The volume of an object is usually the quantity of the three dimensional space enclosed within a margin.
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There are various instruments that can be used, even a kitchen jug with calibrated marks, and include: Graduated Cylinder, Erlenmeyer Flask, Beaker, Measuring cup, Flow meter, Gravimetric
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For non-liquid objects you measure volume using a calculation or by submerging it in water and measuring the displacement. For liquid objects you would use a container such as a beaker
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The graduated cylinder is the common device used to
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Most ancient mariners found some way to find their location at sea, whether it was the Polynesians noting bird types near islands or Europeans using an astrolabe to measure altitudes
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