What Unit Is Used To Measure Volume?


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Katie answered
Volume can be measured in: Cubic feet, cubic inches, cubic meters, cubic millimeters, cubic miles, acres, ounces, pecks, buckets, milliliters, bushels, barrels, cords, cubic yards, drums, gallons, liters, pints, quarts, shots, teaspoons, tablespoons, cups, cubic centimeters, and more.

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P.S.  There is DRY volume  and there is LIQUID volume
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amber Jhon answered
The SI Unit of Volume is liter or small units are milliliter or deciliter. There are a number of other units which are also used for measuring volume like some of the most common units include;Teaspoon, Tablespoon, Oz, Pint, Quart, Gallon etc. All of these units are inter-related like 1 cup = 16 tbsp. = 8 fl. Oz. = 1/2 pin.
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Anonymous answered
You use it to measure volume with a scale
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
There are countless units used to measure volume that fall on either the Imperial Scale or the Metric Scale. Some common units are cubic centimeters (cm^3), cubic meters (m^3), liters, or milliliters.

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