The common metric unit of volume is the liter, which would be appropriate to measure this amount of water. The SI unit of volume is the cubic meter, though.
Liters would be the metric measurement for volume of liquid.
The most appropriate unit is a litre.
mL, L, cm3, m3 are all SI units that can be used to measure the volume of water.
The volume of the bottle would be in litres.
That depends upon the volume of the object that is put into the water in the bathtub.
Miles, kilometers, meters, yards, grams, kilograms
Displacement is the amount of space that an object takes up when placed in a fluid. Have you ever noticed how the water level rises in a bathtub when you get into it? The amount of water you are displacing is the volume of your body that is in the water. so by measuring the displacement of an object, you can measure the volume of the object.
Milliliters/mL (Metric) or Fluid Ounces/Fl Oz (Imperial)
The metric unit of volume (Liter) is the volume of 1 kilogram of water.
The simplest metod is to use a calibrated bucket.Frequently the volume is 15-20 L for a bucket.
-- meters (depth or distance across it) -- liters or cubic meters (volume of water in it)
The Liter will give the measurement in the form of the most convenient number.
That depends what aspect of the glass of water you want to measure: its height, its volume, its mass, its index of refraction, etc.
A litre or its multiples - depending on whether I was measuring the size of a droplet in a mist or the amount of water on a planet.
Millilitres (mL) would be the best metric measure for a cup of water.
What is the metric unit of a orange? What is the metric unit of a pencil? What iw the customary unit amount of water a bathtub will hold?
One metric ton of plain water has a volume of about 35.32 cubic feet.
A metric tonm is a measure of mass and has dimension [M]. A kilolitre is a meaure of volume with dimension [L3]. Until the mid 1960s, a litre was defined as the volume of a kilogram of water (under certain conditions). A kilolitre would have corresponded to the volume of a tonne of water.
Depends what you want to know about the water. Mass . . . . . . . . . kilogram Volume . . . . . . . liter Temperature. . . degree Celsius
Which unit would you use to measure the water in a full tub?
You could describe it in gallons, quarts, pints, cups, fluid ounces, cubic inches etc.
The units used would usually be liters, or sometimes milliliters. That's a measure of volume; if it is the mass you want, you would measure in kilograms.
The standard unit of volume in the metric system is liter or litre. By using decimal prefixes we can arrive at smaller or larger units of measure. It is no coincidence that there is a relationship between liter as volume, meter as distance and water:1 liter = 1 cubic decimeter = 1 kilogram of water at 4Â° C.
The standard unit of volume in the metric system is liter or litre. By using decimal prefixes we can arrive at smaller or larger units of measure. It is no coincidence that there is a relationship between liter as volume, meter as distance and water:1 liter = 1 cubic decimeter = 1 kilogram of water at 4° C.
I think it's volume, because when you are measuring something from it's inside, you use volume. (This is coming from a grade seven, seriously).