# What is the SI units for length volume mass?

Length . . . meter

Volume . . . cubic meter, liter

Mass . . . . kilogram

### What are the base SI units of measure for mass volume length?

kilogram for mass, meter for length SI units commonly uses derived units for Volume such as meters cubed or liters. 1 cm^3 = 1 mL The liter is classed as a non-SI unit accepted for use with the SI. Being one thousandth of a cubic metre, the litre is not a coherent unit of measure with respect to SI.

### 1-200 in si units?

SI units are defined for physical measurements, like measurements of mass, length, etc. - there are no specific SI units for plain numbers. SI units are defined for physical measurements, like measurements of mass, length, etc. - there are no specific SI units for plain numbers. SI units are defined for physical measurements, like measurements of mass, length, etc. - there are no specific SI units for plain numbers. SI units are defined for physical…

### Is volume a fundamental quantity?

Volume is a fundamental quality because of volume per mass. Other familiar fundamental qualities include mass, velocity, speed, m3, cubic meter, and density. Answer There is no such thing as a 'fundamental unit' in SI. Units are either 'base units' or 'derived units'. In SI, volume is measured in cubic metres, where the metre is the base unit of length.

### What is volume when working with density?

Density is mass divided by volume. In SI (metric) units, if mass is in kilograms, and volume in cubic meters, then the density will be kilograms / cubic meters. Density is mass divided by volume. In SI (metric) units, if mass is in kilograms, and volume in cubic meters, then the density will be kilograms / cubic meters. Density is mass divided by volume. In SI (metric) units, if mass is in kilograms, and volume…

### What units are used to measure mass volume and length?

In the International System of Units (SI), the standard units are: Mass is measured in grams Volume is measured in litres Length is measured in metres The above answer relates to various archaic versions of the metric system, but not to the SI system. For the SI system, the answers are: length -metre mass -kilogram volume -cubic metre There are no standard units in the Imperial system, but some commonly used ones are: Mass is…

### Why the mass and the volume of water are same?

Numbers are not "same" unless their units are the same. The mass and volume are two different units of measurement. However, in terms of SI units, 1 gram is the mass of 1 milliliter (volume) of water, and also of 1 cubic centimeter (volume) of water, because those units have been defined based on the mass and volume of water.

### Why are the SI units of measure for length mass volume density time and temperature?

Length: meter (or metre) Mass: kilogram Volume: the appropriate derived units would be cubic meters but liters are also commonly used Density: there is no standard, but you could use the derived units of kg per cubic meter but the cgs (centimeter, grams, seconds system of units) units of g/cc are also commonly used Time: second Temperature: Kelvin