the amount of space taken up or occupied by an object is its?
The amount of space taken up or occupied by an object is its volume.
It matters what object.
No. Volume is the space taken up by the matter in an object. The amount of matter is commonly called its mass.
It's called the "volume" of the cube.
The space taken up by an object is called volume.
hehehe we just finished this in science. the amount of space taken up by and object is it's mass mass is measured in grams mass is different than wieght, for example in space, you are weightless, but you mass stays the same. :)
That depends on the object.
Volume is the amount of space taken up by a substance like a container. It always does not to be an container it also can be a car or a bag .e.c.t. The amount of 3-dimensional space occupied by an object.
By definition, volume is the space that an object occupies, or takes up. In Chemistry, volume is often measured in gallons, liters, or milliliters.
Space taken up in an object.
You think probable to volume.
Volume is the amount of space taken up by matter.
to shorten the amount of space taken up by the contents