Reena Boisen asked, updated on September 5th, 2021; Topic:
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Next, what is volume measured in?

**Volume** is **measured in** cubic units, while capacity can be **measured in** almost every other unit, including liters, gallons, pounds, etc.

Beyond that, how do you convert units of liquid volume?

But, how do you measure liquid volume accurately?

Graduated cylinders, beakers, volumetric pipets, burets and volumetric flasks are five kinds of glassware often used to **measure** out specific **volumes**. Volumetric pipets, flasks and burets are the most **accurate**; the glassware makers calibrate these to a high level of **accuracy**.

How do you measure volume?

**Units of Measure**

There are other units **for measuring volume**; cubic inches, cubic feet, cubic yards are all units used **for measuring volume**. Milliliters, liters, gallons are also used especially when **measuring** liquids. We write cubic sizes using a small **3** next to the unit.

**cubic centimeters**.**liters**.**gallons**.

In the **metric system** of measurement, the most common units of volume are **milliliters** and **liters**.

For those people looking for the formula for **converting volume to weight**, and vice-versa, it looks like this (adapted from answers.com): Density = mass/**volume** (ρ=m/V). So V=m/ρ and has units (kilograms)/(kilograms per cubic meter)=cubic meter.

In the US customary system of measurement, the most common units of volume are cups, **pints**, quarts and **gallons**.

Our **calculator** uses the standard formula to **determine volume** of a rectangular object. This formula is: length x width x height = **volume**.

A **liquid** takes the shape of its container because particles in a **liquid** can flow to new locations. The **volume** of a **liquid** is constant because forces of attraction keep the particles close together. Behavior of Solids: Solids **have a definite volume** and shape because particles in a solid vibrate around fixed locations.

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