Liters would be the metric measurement for volume of liquid.
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.
The volume of the bottle would be in litres.
Put it in a bathtub of water and measure the rise in water level. Multiply by the length and breadth of the water.
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?
Which unit would you use to measure the water in a full tub?
Since water towers generally have a very large capacity, I would say that cubic meters might be the best bet. You can measure the total volumetric capacity of the water tower in cubic meters and then determine the volume of water that is currently in the water tower. However, an amount of water can also be measured in liters.
It is the volume of water that the tub can hold until the water reaches the overflow hole.
You would measure the water in a bath tub in gallons.
well it would be liters if its just water ya know?? but lets say you and you babe were getting it on in there, then it would totally be kiloliters! specialy if you are fat!
How could you determine your mass using water, a bathtub,something to measure water with, and Archimedes' princilpe?
Measure of the volume of water which a structure can pass; measure of the volume and flow of water within a watercourse.
Depending on the shape: Standard rectangular bath - length x breadth x height
I would measure it by weight. Metric is easier. 1 x ml = 1gram
Litres (though grams is possible too)
The most appropriate unit is a litre.
The table's length. The height of your legs. The deepness of the water in a bathtub.
mL, L, cm3, m3 are all SI units that can be used to measure the volume of water.
A graduated cylinder is used to measure the volume, or capacity of water. Or to just measure Water.
Personally neither as I would use gallons, but to help you think about it:If you had a bathtub which would be easier (and quicker) to measure it if you used your choice to fill the bathtub with water:a teaspoon (used for taking medicine) which holds 5 ml; ora jug which holds 1 l[The answer is litres (l), not millilitres (ml).]
It could be used to measure capacity. For example, weigh an empty container. Then fill the container with water and weigh it again. Take the difference in weight. Divide by the density of water. This will give you the capacity of the container.
how many cups of wter does the bathtub holds