Q:What is the base metric term for measuring volume? A:Derived UNIT; liter=volume I hope that's the kind of answer you were looking for. have a nice day. and your welcome. i am only 12 yrs old and this is exactly what im studying in school right now, (math class). you should visit the discussion page some time. its really great. bi 4 now
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Celsius is the metric term for "temperature."
The common term for measuring land is surveying.
The term kilo is a prefex which means 1000 (one thousand). It is can be used for measuring anything in the metric system. ex. a kilogram is one thousand grams. a kilometer is 1000 meters.
A circle. However, that DOES depend on the Euclidean metric being used for measuring distance.
Density is mass per unit volume; in metric system it is grams per cubic centimeter; in the English system, we use the term as weight per unit volume, or pounds per cubic inchAnother AnswerIn the SI system, the standard unit of density is the kilogram per cubic metre. The SI system doesn't use centimetres.
No. It's a term like "length", "distance", "area", "volume", "radius", "diameter", "speed", "weight", etc. Any of those terms can be measured and expressed in any system of units.