A tankful of liquid has a volume of 0.2m cube what is the volume in liters?
A cube with a volume of 0.2 cubic meters has an equivalent volume of: 200 liters.
It means that you can measure the volume of the liquid but you cannot measure the dimensions of it because it will take the dimensions of the container it is in. Example: glass of water - liquid - you can measure how much water is there ice cube - water - solid - you can also measure the dimensions and size of the cube
Depending on the shape of the container for the liquid, you can find the volume different ways. If the container is a cube, the volume is (base * Width * height). if the container is a cylinder, the volume is (PI * Radius2 * height). The answer you would get from these equations is expressed in units cubed (example: cm3).
The volume of any solid, liquid, gas, plasma, vacuum or theoretical object is how much three-dimensional space it occupies, often quantified numerically. The volume can be measured in cubic meters, cubic centimeters, or liters. The units of the three-dimensional volume depend on the units of length - if the lengths are in meters, the volume will be in cubic meters, etc. To measure a square or cube: Volume = length times width times height.
It depends on what information you have. If the liquid is stored in a container of which the dimensions are known, then you must calculate the volume of the container. You can simply search google for the formulae for the volume of a cube, cylinder, sphere etc. If the dimensions are not known, but the weight and density of the fluid is, then the volume can be calculated as: volume = weight (divided by) density