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Q: Why is volume measured in cubed units?

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Yes it is measured in cubic units

Area is not measured in units cubed so this question makes no sense.

The volume of cylinders are measured in cubic units.

The volume would be 15.625 but then you need to add the units on the end, the units would be what ever the side of the cube was measured in cubed. So if it was measured in cm then the volume would be in cm3.

The length, width, or height of a solid figure is measured in units of length. The area of the figure's outside surfaces is measured in squared units of length. The volume of space filled by the figure is measured in cubed units of length. The mass of the figure is measured in units of mass. The weight of the object is measured in units of force. The age of the figure is measured in units of time. etc.

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Volume is measured in cubic units

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Yes because volume is measured in cubic units

Area is measured in square units. Volume is measured in cubic units. Surface Area- squareunits.

Area is not measured in units cubed so this question makes no sense.

The volume of cylinders are measured in cubic units.

well a liquid cannot be a solid but i will interpret the question as this: what is the relationship between the units of measurement for the volume of a liquid and a solid? liquid volume- measured in mL solid volume- measured in cm cubed 1 mL=1cm cubed

The volume would be 15.625 but then you need to add the units on the end, the units would be what ever the side of the cube was measured in cubed. So if it was measured in cm then the volume would be in cm3.

Volume (abbreviated "vol.") is a type of measure, not a measurement unit. Thus volume itself has no unit symbol. Rather volume is measured in cubic units of length, or units of length cubed, such as cubic feet ("cu. ft.") or feet cubed ("ft3").

It is measured in volume; a way of measuring in 3 dimensions. The units generally used are metres cubed - 1 metre cubed is 1000 litres

a volume can be measured in meters cubed (m3), centimeters cubed (cm3) or other measurings. A room's volume would probably be measured in meters cubed.

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