The metric unit used to measure volume is the liter.
A metric ruler is used to measure the volume of a solid
The volume of regular solid can be measured by multiplying the length, is width and its distance.
Cubic Meter as it is a solid and that is the norm for volume of a solid
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You look at the front of the material and you measure it and that is how you get the volume of a solid object.ChEeKz!.!.!.
A cubic metre or a cubic centimetre.
1. Measure the dimensions of the solid. 2. Calculate the volume on this geometric base.
You measure its mass and volume and then density = mass/volume.
Volume = cm³ (cubic centimeters) or m³ (cubic meters)
What is the abbreviation for volume of solid All volumes are measured in metres cubed. 0.001m3 is one litre.
It is l, an italic l, for litre.
litres cubic metres
if it is a regular solid, then you times the height by the base by the length if it is an irregular solid, then you take a Eureka can, fill it with water up to the beginning of the nozzle, put the solid in, measure the volume of the water that comes out and that's your volume
It depends on the matter. Regular solid matter could be measured in metric measurements with a rule or a tape measure. Or in weight. Or in the volume of water the matter displaces, in which case the measurement would be in litres and millilitres.
weight it and divide by the volume
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A tape measure or ruler, A book on solid geometry, A calculator or computer.
You measure the height and the length and add them together. Multiply the result by the square root of the width. That number, in cubic units, is the volume.
Volume of a regular solid can be calculated by immersing it fully in a measuring beaker containing water. The volume of the solid will be equal to the volume of the water displaced(volume of water after immersing the solid -(minus) volume of the water before immersing the solid in water).
The volume of a solid is measured in cubic units
the volume of a regular solid is the area of it's base multiplied by it's height.
In the metric system you would use liters or milliliters. For a solid it would be cubic centimeters. A milliliter and a cubic centimeter have the same volume.
Any measure of length such as a ruler, yard stick, meter stick, tape measure, etc.