# What tools can be used to measure volume?

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## What tools can be used to measure volume?

Chemists use beakers, flasks, burets and pipets to measure the volume of liquids.

## What is the measure of a cube?

When measuring the volume of a rectangular solid, you measure how many cubes fill the container. We often use cubic centimeters, cubic inches, and cubic feet. A cubic centimeter is a cube that measures one centimeter on each side, while a cubic inch is a cube that measures one inch on each side (see below).

## How do you play Cube formula?

Rubik’s Cube (3×3) Online Solution

- Get to Know Your Rubik’s Cube.
- TOP layer: Step 1 – Create Daisy.
- TOP layer: Step 2 – Make a WHITE Cross.
- TOP layer: Step 3 – Solve WHITE Corners.
- MIDDLE layer: Place Edges in MIDDLE.
- BOTTOM layer: Step 1 – Make YELLOW Cross.
- BOTTOM layer: Step 2 – Orient Corners.

## What is the answer of volume of cube?

The volume of a Cube, V = a3 Cubic units Where, “a” is the side length of the cube.

## What are examples of units of volume?

Common Units of Volume | |
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1 cm3 | = 1 milliliter (mL) |

10 mL | = 1 centiliter (cL) |

10 cL | = 1 deciliter (dL) |

1 dL | = 100 milliliters (mL) |

## What are unit symbols?

SI base units

Quantity | Unit | Symbol |
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Mass | kilogram | kg |

Time | second | s |

Electric current | ampere | A |

Thermodynamic temperature | kelvin | K |

## How do we measure liquid volume?

Liquid volume is usually measured using either a graduated cylinder or a buret. As the name implies, a graduated cylinder is a cylindrical glass or plastic tube sealed at one end, with a calibrated scale etched (or marked) on the outside wall.

## How is capacity related to volume?

Volume implies the total amount of space covered by an object. Capacity refers to the objects ability to contain a substance, i.e. solid, liquid or gas.