The base units for metric measurements are, the gram for mass, the meter for length, and the liter for volume.
meters, grams, liters Density is mass divided by volume.
5.00 cm is a length measurement, not a mass measurement. You need to know the mass and volume of an object to find density. Density = mass/volume.
a. volume b. length c. width d. weight
Yes - the litre is a measurement of volume in the metric system.
No the metric measurement for volume is the liter.
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.
No. "Metric" refers to a system of measurement - of mass, length, volume etc. Tonne is a unit for measuring mass.
It is a measurement of volume using units from the metric system.
Length's unit in the metric system is meter, volume's unit is liter, and mass's unit is measured in grams.(m, L, g)
so that we have a basic measurement all over the whole world of length, volume, etc.
The standard unit of volume in the metric system is the liter.