The basic units of the metric system are meter for length, liter for volume, and gram for mass.
39.37 inches represents a measurement of length, not of volume. So there can be no unit of volume in the metric system equal to a length. Furthermore, volume is a derived units, not a basic unit.
Liters is the basic unit for volume in the metric system.
The metre is the basic unit of length for the metric system
Since the unit of length is the meter, the natural unit of volume is the cubic meter. The basic metric system unit for Volume is m³ (meters cubed). The unit for volume is based on the SI metric unit for length that is metres cubed or (m) with a small 3 as an index
Volume is a derived unit in the metric, or SI, system. Volume is length times width times depth. metre x metre x metre = metre3.
The basic unit of length in the metric system is the meter.
so that we have a basic measurement all over the whole world of length, volume, etc.
By unit of length and distance and conversion ,we can say that the basic unit of length in the metric system the meter.
The basic unit of volume in the metric system is the liter.
The meter is the basic unit of length.