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Some units are the cubic meter, the cubic decimeter (= liter) and the cubic centimeter (= milliliter).

Q: What two units are used to express volume?

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Cubic meter; cubic kilometer; liter (= cubic decimeter), milliliter (= cubic centimeter), cubic millimeter...

Liters and MilliLiters

Volume = (length) x (width) x (height)

Density = Mass/Volume. Conversion between units will depend on what the two units are.

When you say "English", I'm assuming you mean the "customary" system of units of measure that's used in two English speaking countries and a Burmese one. In that system, the volume units of cubic inch, cubic foot, and cubic yard are quite common. Also the cubic mile, though not so commonly heard.

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Gold nuggets (Or anything that exists, for that matter) are in the third dimension. They have length, width, and height. For two dimensional objects, the area is expressed in square units, but because the gold nugget is in the third dimension, it's volume is expressed in cubic units.

The two units are mass and weight and I can't answer the equal amount

i don't know that's why im asking u guys

Unit conversions express an amount in a different unit.

Cube one's volume = 9*9*9 = 729 cubic units. As there are two cubes, their volumes added together = 1458 cubic units.

Density = Mass/Volume. Conversion between units will depend on what the two units are.