The volumes of all objects are expressed in the third power of whatever units are being used to measure their dimensions. For example, if an object is very small and you measure its dimensions in millimeters, its volume would be expressed in cubic millimeters.
Directions are expressed as units of
A measuring cup can be used to measure volumes in liquids. The volume units would be cups, fluid ounces and millilitres.
In olden days, they were used for measuring mass, distance and volumes. Nowadays, these units are not used in science anywhere in the world except in the US.
Surface area of three dimensional figures are measured in square units whereas their volumes are measured in cubic units
In SI units it is meters3 and also liters or more preferably dm3. Smaller volumes are ml or cm3 and very small volumes microliters. In the USA gallons are still used
The surface area of a shape is expressed in square units.
Speed is expressed in units of Knots = 2 meters/second or Nautical Miles/hour.
It is expressed in Newtons.
Mass is expressed in grams in the SI system and slugs in the English system. (these are the base units obviously multiples of these units exist. ex: kg). Volume is expressed as a cubic of any unit of length ex: M^3.
Average weight of an element expressed in Atomic Mass units.
If you mean the gravitatioal field - other options are possible - units of acceleration are used for that. The force of gravity, of course, is expressed in units of force.
Assuming you use standard units (that is, SI), forces are expressed in newton.
Blood pressure is usually expressed in terms of millimeters of mercury (mmHg).
Yes, relative atomic masses are expressed in atomic mass units
It is expressed in cubic units.
Volume can be expressed in many units. Common ones are cubuc centimetre (cc), litre (L), gallon (though remember the US and Imperial gallons are not the same), cubic yard, cumic kilometre or cubic mile, etc. And then there are the cooking volumes like teaspoon, tablespoon, cup etc.
Density = mass / volumeIn SI units: mass is expressed in kilograms volume is expressed in cubic meters Therefore, density is expressed in kilograms /cubic meters. (In practice, the unit kilogram/liter, which is equivalent to gram / cubic centimeter, is often still used.)
measuring the volume of the metric system the bushel scale and is used by units of measurement that litters. ml. cubic inch. cubic meters. Decimeter cubic meters. It is.
They are not expressed in joules, they are expressed in volts.
Mass is not expressed in kilometers (km). That is a measure of distance. Mass is expressed in units of kilograms (kg)
binding energy expressed in mass units is mass defect .mass defect expressed in energy units is binding energy
Liters and milliliters are the units used most often to express the volume of liquids.
Velocity may be expressed as cm/second in CGS units and as m/sec in SI units. Other units include kilometers/hour (kph), miles per hour (mph), and feet/sec (fps)