Volume is a derived unit.
Yes. There is no SI fundamental unit for volume, so any volume unit is derived.
It is indeed. It is derived from the metre. The SI unit of volume is the cubic metre.
Volume is measured in units derived from the fundamental unit of length.
A litre is a unit derived as the volume of 1000 cubic centimetres or 1 cubic decametre.
There is no base unit for volume in SI. Units for volume are derived unit.
Liter because it's the base unit of volume
Density is a mass of a volume unit. A unit of density is defined as a unit of mass divided by unit of volume. In its turn, a unit of volume is a third degree of a unit of length. Mass and length units are main units. So density is a derived unit as derived from main units.
mass per unit of volume is infact NOT density, it is DERIVED!!
Volume is a derived unit, in the SI system it is the cubic metre.
derived, because it is defined as the mass per unit volume. Mass and volume are the fundamental quantities. Density is derived from these two fundamental quantities.
units of velocity (derived from unit of length and time), density (derived from unit of mass and volume),force (derived from unit of mass, length and time)