What Is Volume Measured in?

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Volume is normally measured in cubic units. The volume of a figure is the number of cubes required to fill it completely. It is also the amount of 3-dimensional space that is occupied by an object.
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Volume can be measured a number of ways depending on the application. In math, volume is equivalent to length x width x height. In science, liquid volume is measured using a graduated
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1. Empty the flask of any contents and allow the inside to dry. 2. Fill the flask to the top with water. 3. Pour the water into a measuring cup or graduated cylinder and record the
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The unit of measure for volume is the v.
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In case of liquid it is measuring jar, or volumetric flask. For gas and liquid there are separate methods to find out the volume.
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