A millimeter is a length measuring unit, while a gallon is a volume measuring unit. So there is no relation between them
It is a unit of measuring weight - 10oz is 10 ounces when not abbreviated. It is sometimes a unit of measuring volume, if it is "fluid ounces". It is approximately the same as 240 grams, or 240 mls if you're measuring water.
Volume cannot be measured in cm since that is a unit for measuring length.
A kilogram is a unit of measuring weight.
Asking a multiple choice question without providing the choices doesn't really seem fair.
The meter is the metric base unit for volume, and the cubic meter is the derived unit.
Base units need not have ANY volume. A second is the base unit for measuring time and it has no volume!
No.* Mass is measured in kilograms. * Volume is measured in cubic meters (which is not a base unit, but a derived unit).
The liter is the base unit of volume. Under the SI the base unit is the cubic metre, 1m3 equals 1 000 litre.
The unit for measuring the volume of sound is the decibel.
The SI base unit for volume is the cubic metre.For smaller amounts the litre is often used but this is not a base unit.
Decibels are the scale used for measuring the volume of sounds.
There is no base unit for volume in SI. Units for volume are derived unit.
No - Ampere is the SI base unit for measuring electric current.